Food

Next time, ADD a little ginger (gingembre) to your instant oatmeal, it tastes so good!

The next time you are making instant oatmeal, do you yourself a favor, add a little ginger to the mix. you will thank me for it.

Haiti Agriculture - There is money to be made growing rice, some entrepreneurs say

There is a strong foreign demand for high-quality organic rice, says Fabias Voltaire, a 37-year-old Haitian entrepreneur. It may cost more, but many regard it as healthier and better-tasting than American varieties.

A meal costs 60 times more in Haiti than in New York, the World Food Programme says

A World Food Programme (WFP) publication examined the true cost of a plate of food around the world and, can you believe, a simple meal in Haiti costs 60 times more than in New York. Read this, you will be shocked...

Haitians lack respect for small business men and women who provide the services they need everyday

Many times, we Haitians, we lack respect for those who make sacrifices every day to make our lives more comfortable. We have NO respect for the small business men and women in Haiti. We belittle what they do for us everyday...

Haitian Women, is it true that black-eyed peas (pwa jenwa) is BAD for you if you just had a baby?

Sometimes you don't know who to believe in Haiti. A young woman who just had a baby in Haiti has been told NOT to eat black-eyed peas (pwa jenwa) whille she is nursing. It's BAD for you, bad for the baby, they tell her. Is that TRUE of FALSE?

Haitian women, be careful consuming too much parsley when you are pregnant

Parsley, one of the herbs that many Haitian women cook with, can do more harm than good to you if you are pregnant.

Your Health : Parsley - Great herb to help you recover from Anemia

Did you know? Pasley is a great herb to help you recover from anemia. You can have anemia and not even know it. If you've feeling tired, having headaches, you feel weak and a bit depressed, changes are you have anemia...

DANGER : If you love eating CHICKEN Well Done, Watch this VIDEO...

Did you know? Eat that meat WELL DONE and you may have just increased your chances of CANCER... Watch the video...

What is Haitian Lalo - What does the Lalo leaf look like?

What is Haitian Lalo? Most Haitians from the Artibonite region of Haiti love this Legume Fey called Lalo. It is a staple food in the area. If you've never seen it before, this what the lalo leaf looks like...

You call it grilled corn on the cob, we call it Mayi Boukannen!

In Haiti, one of cheapest and most good for you food you can buy in the streets is Mayi Boukannen, simple grilled corn on the cob. For as little as $5 Haitian gourdes, you can eat your grilled corn an be on your way.