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Blogging, breadfruit and beyond!

She’s always ripe

Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of nutrients that our body needs. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture fruits and vegetables contains nutrients that prevents certain cancers, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and inflammation. Buying fruits or vegetables can be a daunting task if you don’t know certain cues on how to choose the right... {...}

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Burning Haiti at Both Ends

Haiti has the dubious distinction of possessing an estimated 2% forest cover, putting the island nation well below the global average, which is estimated at between 9% and 12%. In the past, we’ve discussed ways in which the the moringa tree can help in fighting the problem of deforestation, not least of which is by... {...}

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The Slow, the Raw, and the Cabbage

Next year, the global Slow Food movement will mark 30 years since its founding in Italy as a reaction to the rapidly expanding reach of McDonald’s and its ilk. Serving as a counterpoint to a culture the movement’s proponents considered increasingly infatuated with the convenience of fast food, Slow Food sought to restore the prominent... {...}

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Much Ado About Moringa

In the context of Haiti, even before the tragic earthquake of 2010 – though particularly since – the moringa tree has been a bit of a media darling. CNN, The New York Times, The Guardian, and countless others have shared nothing but gushing appraisals of the tree’s potential impact on the Pearl of the Antilles.... {...}

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