Dietary fibre, found in all plant-based foods, plays an essential role in human health. Fibre is found in plant foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes (beans, chickpeas, lentils, etc.). Fibre is the part of the plant that our bodies CANNOT digest. That means, our bodies don't break down fibre and don't use it for energy or calories.
In Jamaica, we only eat the meat of the buck(called ram-goat or rammy in Jamaica). Personally speaking, goat's meat has a bland taste, so I always use strong flavoured condiments to bring out the flavour in the meat. Fried ripe plantain enhances any curried dish
This is an easy oven baked chicken recipe that I prepared at home
Mixed vegetables and corned beef is an easy dinner dish in Jamaica. Corned beef is also called bully beef in Jamaica. Bully beef can also mix with cabbage
The lionfish is light, tender, and flaky, with a texture similar to butterfish.Lionfish are migrants to the Caribbean Sea, originally from the Pacific Ocean. They began appearing in the Caribbean waters after a few escaped from a Florida aquarium.
Jamaican style, meatless stew red kidney beans, ideal for everyone
This is one of the herbs that I used to do my parasite cleanse. This is wormwood. I purchase the wormwood in a pharmacy in Jamaica
You can soak the beans for 24 hours or overnight. Soaking dried kidney beans Before soaking, sort through the beans to remove tiny stones or debris. Place the beans into a container and rinse well with water Add enough tap water to cover the beans by 2 inches Cover the container and place in the fridge. To prevent the beans from fermenting, refrigerate them while they soak.