Braised tofu, fried then cook-down in sauce. This is one of my meatless meals that I have eaten from time to time. I often eat tofu just by its self.
Pigs' feet is called pig's trotters in Jamaica. Pig's trotters can be curried as well as brown stew. Pig's trotters have no nutritional value. Therefore, it is best served with beans; beans are packed with protein. I am using canned baked beans, but you can also use fresh beans, make sure to cook it separately before adding it to the pig's trotter.
Cayenne is a fruit that is eaten raw or cooked, or it is dried and powdered into a spice that has been used for centuries in meals and medicines.
Your body does not need much copper. Many people do not get enough copper in their diet, but it is rare to be truly deficient in copper. Foods that contain copper include oysters, liver, whole grain breads and cereals, shellfish, dark green leafy vegetables, dried legumes, nuts, and chocolate.
Beta-carotene is a pigment found in plants that gives them their colour. The name beta-carotene is derived from the Latin name for carrot. It gives yellow and orange fruits and vegetables their rich hues. Beta-carotene is also used to colour foods such as margarine.
My linseed drink is easy to make and very refreshing. Usually, linseed is boiled with Irish moss, and isinglass to make a drink that many Jamaicans considered to be an aphrodisiac
Flax seed is called linseed in Jamaica. Flax seed comes from the flax plant, which is an annual herb. In the past, flaxseed was used mostly as a laxative. The ancient Egyptians used flaxseed as both food and medicine.
Gungo peas is also known as kardis, gandule bean, tropical green pea, kadios, Congo pea, and pigeon peas. It is a very popular and healthy vegetable in the tropics.