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Originally posted by Diane (35) Diane (35) wrote:

Originally posted by kerysdream7 kerysdream7 wrote:

Originally posted by Diane (35) Diane (35) wrote:

Where is glamrock?
 
We have ackee and breadfruit trees. when they're in season- just kill me. Except that seasoned rice (with ackee) and the pigstail or corned pork or ham!!!!!! lawwwddd
 
Lawd, my Mum will spend hours cleaning ackee like its fun or somethingConfused. Bags & bags of it. She stores it in ziplock bags & freezes it. Everyone comes to her for it. She's the ackee ladyLOL
 
I LOVE bammy!
 
I want some Sorrel.

GYALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL we either have 2 or 3 ackee trees out back. 'sass chrise!!!!!!!!!!!! These folks will eat ackee every raas day of the week, i hate it now. We'll freeze it for my aunt and sister but when we actually tried to cook it it became ackee soup. Ive said it before but she did it a few weeks ago again- my aunt had my cousin roast so many breadfruits to take to the states I had no ice for days (she stored them in the freezer)

Ive never had bissy tea in my life, i did send some for a BHMer though lolol, it was the tea bag. I bought a bag of pure bissy at the farmers marker last saturday- i dont even know how to do it. just put it in the pot and then make it boil up and then strain it? I wish someone told me about it being good for cases of poisoning BEFORE my dogs died.CryAngryOuch

Never had cerassie. #newyardie I hate bammy too. 


sounds about right!
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Diane has had her yardie revoked ...months ago
Ackee is good once its cooked properly. especially with coconut oil
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Originally posted by Diane (35) Diane (35) wrote:

I've also never had chocolate from the cocoa pod on the tree, ma dukes says it is "everything". *sigh*
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Originally posted by Diane (35) Diane (35) wrote:

I've also never had chocolate from the cocoa pod on the tree, ma dukes says it is "everything". *sigh*

You don't have at least one cocoa tree? What is this lol


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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

breadfruit is in India and Hawaii too I believe 



Mhmmm, i always look at spiked fruits as coming from the indo-asian pacific regions of the world. Like jackfruit soursop and sweetsop etc
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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

Originally posted by Diane (35) Diane (35) wrote:

I've also never had chocolate from the cocoa pod on the tree, ma dukes says it is "everything". *sigh*

You don't have at least one cocoa tree? What is this lol


I live in town!!!!!!!! But with my track record there could be a cocoa tree in the yard and i never noticed. Thats happened to me so many times LOLOLOL
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Originally posted by Brjasuga51 Brjasuga51 wrote:

Diane has had her yardie revoked ...months ago
Ackee is good once its cooked properly. especially with coconut oil

I own it, Even use New Yardie with my friends. I've never had a wash out and have never slid down a country gully on a banana leaf with friends/or relativesCryCryCryCry  or been to Grand Market. I never did the it's summer ship the kid's off to country thing, i didn't even realise it was a thing till my coworkers teased me mercilessly about it i had to ask mommy "how comes?" LOLOL

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Asosi tea (cerassie tea in Haitian Creole) is freakin' gross. Its tastes like peeLOL. And do NOT drinking it if your trying to lose weight. One cup of that will make my stomach a bottomless pit for daysCry i eat everything is sight.
I dont think haitians do either breadfruit nor ackee. Ive never seen my family eat it or mention it. We're more crazy about yams and mangoes.
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Originally posted by HaitianLuv HaitianLuv wrote:


I dont think haitians do either breadfruit nor ackee. 

Whaaaaaat??? Where is your fam from? You've never had fruit à pain?
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This is one thing I never developed a liking for.

I can't explain it, don't even remember what it taste like.

Maybe it will give it another try since I now have an adult palate.

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