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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...

FACT: Western policies have been punishing Haiti for winning its independence FACT: Western policies have been punishing Haiti for winning its independence

Is Haiti still being punished for winning its independence? Some experts thinks so... Read this... Barrymore Bogues, professor of Africana Studies...

Your Health : If you skin and eyes are turning yellow, it could be a sign of Pancreatic Cancer Your Health : If you skin and eyes are turning yellow, it could be a sign of Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic Cancer is hard to detect and only 8 percent of all people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer survive after 5 years. So it's best to know...

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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...

Scene of Motorcycles piled up at a gas station in Haiti looking waiting for fuel Scene of Motorcycles piled up at a gas station in Haiti looking waiting for fuel

Scene of Motorcycles piled up at a gas station in Haiti looking waiting for fuel

Vegetables in Haiti - Pourpiers / Koupye (purslane in English) Vegetables in Haiti - Pourpiers / Koupye (purslane in English)

Haitians simply love to eat "koupye" called pourpiers in French. In English koupye is called purslane. They call it wild purslane (Portulaca...