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Haiti Cuisine: Millet, Spinach, almonds and Cod Fish, Bon Manje Creole

Haiti Cuisine: Millet, Spinach, almonds and Cod Fish, Bon Manje Creole

You are looking at some tasty delicious organic food from Haiti... Millet with cashew nuts, spinach and codfish...

Gade sa... Yon bon manje kreyòl.Yon bon pitimi blan ki sèvi ak zepina ak nwa ak morue... Bon jan manje Creole ki ka safisfè w epi ki tres bon pour la santé w...

Kisa ou panse de sa?

What do you think?

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Sea Salt from Haiti - How much sodium should you have in a day?

Sea Salt from Haiti -  How much sodium should you have in a day?

Take a look at this... Natural sea salt from Haiti. Haitians consume more of that bulky sea salt than than the heavily processed table salt. Many people argue that sea salt is healthier than table salt.

Related: Stroke and Hypertension in Haiti, are they linked to all that extra SALT in the way Haitians cook?

Did you know? A 1/4 teaspoon of salt contains 575 milligrams sodium.

The American Heart Association recommends no more than 2,300 milligrams (mg) a day.

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Fresh Organic Spinach from Haiti

Fresh Organic Spinach from Haiti

In the area where I live in Central Haiti, fresh organic spinach is available year-round.

We spoke to a local in the area and she told us this fresh spinach that reaches the marketplace in Hinche everyday is produces near the lakes of Pandiassou.

Thanks to the rain water captured in these man made lakes that farmers continue to cultivate in the dry season. They mainly produce vegetables like peppers, onions, tomatoes, spinach, cabbages, and more.

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Haiti : The Red Pill vs. The Blue Pill

Haiti : The Red Pill vs. The Blue Pill

My fellow Haitians, this is your last chance! After this there is no turning back!

You take the BLUE pill, and you will accept things just the way they are, Haiti will remain the way it is (se konsa bagay yo ye) Haiti will never change (Ayiti pap janm chanje) AND your life will never change!

You take the RED pill and you wake up, you challenge the status quo, and you begin demand more from the Haitian authorities because you know you deserve more, you deserve a better country, a better standard of living and a better quality of life.

Which will you chose?

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Haitian Voodoo - Vodou in Haiti, a vodouisant making her request to the Lwa

Haitian Voodoo - Vodou in Haiti, a vodouisant making her request to the Lwa

Inside the rituals of Haiti's 'Vodou' faith: Powerful photographs capture priestesses as they invoke spirits and perform sacrifices

Several times a day, light casts down from an opening at the highest point of the grotto ceiling, during these times, many Vodouisants can be found making their requests to the Loa/Iwa. It was that same light that the Taino Indians in that region centered many of their rituals

See original photo by Anthony Karen here:
dailymail.co.uk

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Haitian Pastor Estiverne Jean-Charles

Haitian Pastor Estiverne Jean-Charles

Here is a photo of Haitian Pastor Estiverne Jean-Charles

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I Drank Water on an Empty Stomach for a Month, and This Happened

I Drank Water on an Empty Stomach for a Month, and This Happened

Yes... Drinking water on an empty stomach will do wonders in your body. It will improve your metabolism significantly and makes any diet way more tolerable.

Improved metabolism brings about another wonderful surprise: weight loss. Your skin looks healthy, radiant, and youthful.

Drinking water not only resulted in healthy hair growth but also made it look incredibly shiny. Something as simple and basic as drinking water on an empty stomach can help you deal with illnesses without having to resort to medicine.

Read this article, Drink Water on an Empty Stomach for a month and This will Happen to you (VIDEO), and watch this amazing video.

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PHOTO: Sweet Micky - Carnaval 2018, Aux Cayes Haiti

PHOTO: Sweet Micky - Carnaval 2018, Aux Cayes Haiti

Look at this photo... Char Sweet Micky in the street of Les Cayes Haiti Sunday March 03 2019, Carnaval 2019 in Les Cayes.

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Caricature: Haitian Police vs American Mercenaries

Caricature: Haitian Police vs American Mercenaries

Take a look at this Carricatur of the Haitian Police vs alleged American Mercenaries, five heavily armed Americans arrested in Haiti earlier this week along with two Serbians, at least one of whom is a U.S. permanent resident, and a Haitian national who was deported from the United States.

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Spices in Haiti: L'ail (Garlic in English)

Spices in Haiti: L'ail (Garlic in English)

Haitians call it "lay" in Creole, no wonder, it's l'ail in French, but in English it is is called Garlic.

Is garlic a vegetable or root?

Many people want to know whether garlic is a spice, a root or a vegetable. Take my word for it, garlic a root vegetable, the type of vegetable that grow underground?

L'ail/Garlic adds the following nutrients to your meal: Manganese, Vitamin B6, Selenium, Vitamin C, calcium, copper, potassium, phosphorus, iron and vitamin B1.

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