Food Sovereignty Food Import Dependency Trinidad and Tobago
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Who Controls the Food Controls the Country: Food Sovereignty and Food Import Dependency in Trinidad and Tobago

Part 1: Wheat Boycott Dreams of Life Back Home Growing up as a first-generation American child in an immigrant family, I heard lots of idealized reminiscing about “back home”.  To hear them tell it, the Caribbean was a magical unicorn-filled wonderland where everything from the food to the freedom was To hear them tell it,… Continue reading Who Controls the Food Controls the Country: Food Sovereignty and Food Import Dependency in Trinidad and Tobago

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Gen 1:29-30 Breakfast: Trini Avocados, Himalayan Sea Salt and Raw Apple Cider Vinegar

Good Day!!!  It's avocado season in Trinidad, so avocado is plentiful and can be had at great prices and top quality - that made me really want to sing a little!  Check out this quick, easy recipe using a ripe avocado, some local produce (chandon beni, anyone?) and a few delicious items - Pink Himalayan… Continue reading Gen 1:29-30 Breakfast: Trini Avocados, Himalayan Sea Salt and Raw Apple Cider Vinegar

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Sourcing Cooking Oil: Fundamentals for the Modern Food Revolutionary

The Really Nourish Movement is on location in Sangre Grande, Trinidad   Being a child of immigrants from the Caribbean, the idea of fertile land and effortless nature - fruit trees spontaneously growing everywhere so much so that no one could really go hungry - was ingrained in my consciousness.  I had never set foot in… Continue reading Sourcing Cooking Oil: Fundamentals for the Modern Food Revolutionary