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10 Interesting Foods of Jamaica


I hope you enjoy this Article about 10 Interesting Foods of Jamaica…..

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  1. Jamaican Ackee: Our very own national fruit ackee, is not only a good source of protein,download but truly delicious. It is essential to wait until the pod has opened before eating it, otherwise the results aren’t totally pleasurable. Ackee is mainly eaten with salt fish, or rice. Its yellow and looks kind of like scrambled eggs.
  2. Jamaican Breadfruit: One of the most versatile and jamaican fried-fish-and-breadfruitdelicious fruits around, the exotic breadfruit actually tastes of bread. Whether you roast or boil it, you’ll enjoy a potato-like consistency, and the sweet taste of All Right. It kind of reminds me of french fries but in a bread. It is great with some salt and butter. Goes great with fried fish.
  3. Jamaican Callaloo: A breakfast staple, callaloo is a very nutritious plant, noted as a rich download (1)source of vitamins and minerals. This leafy green vegetable is commonly served steamed and tastes similar to that of spinach, but not quite as bitter. Its high in Iron, so it is good for women after they have given birth or post menstruation to build the blood back up.
  4. Guinep: Guineps appear as a cluster of drupes (similar to grapes), with a thin layer of green skin which, when bitten, reveals an orange hued gelatin flesh. The tart like taste is quite addictive, so don’t be surprised if you find yourself consuming the whole bunch! Be careful though, the juice from this fruit can cause stains. Guineps are loved by children. jamaican june plum
  5. Jamaican June Plum: A wonderful source of iron and protein, the June Plum is both juicy and sour. Sometimes a dash of salt is used to give the fruit an explosive flavor. Its great for making fresh June Plum Juice.
  6. Jamaican Coco: A treat in soups and breads, the Jamaican coco has a creamy, comforting taste. With big spade shaped leaves, it takes close to a year to mature. But we think it’s worth it.jamaican ethiopian -apple
  7. Otaheite Apple (Cocoplum): The refreshing, Otaheite apple is a burst of balanced sweetness. Its deep crimson red skin coats its crisp white flesh, in a pear-like shape. This fruit is noted as being a good way to hydrate and has even been used for treating diabetes and other maladies. Some People call it Ethiopian Apple
  8. Jamaican Star Apple: This luscious fruit appears in variations of dark purple to green with jamaican star applea soft pulp flesh core. Jamaicans often refer to the star apple as the “mean” fruit as they never fall from their stems even after they’ve ripened. Still, the star apple offers a generous helping of sweet satisfaction, though you should try to avoid the skin as it can be rather bitter. The pulp was traditionally used with sweetened milk to make a dessert called ‘matrimony’.
  9. Jamaican Sweetsop: Nestled inside the lumpy green outer-layer of this fruit is an aromatic jamaican sweet sopand sweet custard-like pulp. The sweet sop is a very good dessert or breakfast fruit and is an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese.
  10. Jamaican Sour Orange: Also known as bitter or Seville orange, this citrus is usually enjoyed by locals as an alternative to lemons and makes refreshing lemonade. Though many have found the fruit too unpalatable to be consumed straight from the tree, the sour orange is very useful for making marmalade and flavoring for baking, cooking and even liqueur. Its great to eat on a hot day as a refresher.
  11. Jamaican Tangerine: The second best thing about a Jamaican tangerinjamaican tangerinee is how easily they can be peeled. The first would have to be the delicious sweet flesh you’ll come to discover. The carpals (sections) come apart with ease, making the feasting of this fruit even more gratifying. Best enjoyed freshly picked, they can also be added to salads or desserts for a sweet and tarty zest.

Thanks to visit jamaica.com for the list.

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How to make friends in Jamaica

How to Make Friends in Jamaica

The Island of Jamaica is a very hot and friendly place. Jamaican people in general are very open minded especially when it comes to meeting foreigners. Here are 8 tips and ideas to help you make friends in Jamaica.

  1. smile jamaicaSmile when you meet a Jamaican – Jamaicans are highly responsive to positive energy. Smile at a Jamaican and they will smile back. Jamaicans are not shy, who knows they may strike up conversation with you after sharing a responsive smile.
  2. Always say good morning, afternoon, evening – Jamaicans are big on Greetings appropriate for the time of day. In Jamaican culture it is seen as polite to greet others even strangers especially in the morning. An innocent greeting is a great way to meet some new people in Jamaica.
  3. Show interest in Jamaican CultureJamaican culture is wide and colorful. When you meet a Jamaican, ask questions about the culture. Jamaicans will warm up to you quickly when you show interest in their culture.
  4. Share your alcohol – /this is a very easy way to make fjamaican white rumriends in Jamaica. Jamaica is not full of hard core drinkers, but those who drink tend to stick together. If you want to make some new friends, simply invite other to your place for some Jamaican white rum, or some John Crow Batty rum, it works every time.
  5. Ask Jamaicans for directions – When in Jamaica, ask Jamaicans for directions. When you do so, they will most likely ask you where you are from. Jamaicans enjoy meeting foreigners, and continuing the friendship
  6. Ask a Jamaican to cook for you – A very easy way to make friends in Jamaica is to ask a Jamaican to cook some Jamaican food for you. Many friendships are formed over good food, and good conversation.
  7. Express your love and excitement for Jamaica –Express your love and excitement for Jamaica with Jamaicans. Many Jamaicans will offer to take you for a tour, or tell you where to go to take in some of the beauty of popular Jamaican hot spots. This is a great way to meet new people and make friends in Jamaica.
  8. sumfest_logoAttend social event in Jamaica – When you attend social events in Jamaica, you can meet 2 types of potential friends, those who come from Jamaica, and those who come from foreign. Social events such as “Reggae Sumfest,” are a great opportunity to mingle with others who are foreign to Jamaica but perhaps from a different part of the world than you, and also native Jamaicans.Jamaica is a very warm and friendly place. It is easy to make new friends and have fun in Jamaica. Come to Jamaica and see for yourself.  Irie!

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Jamaican men – Meet Mr. Bumpy!

 

b1 b2hello my nick name is Bumpy. They call me this in Jamaica, my real name is Lanceford. I often dress very stylish, in jeans and a men’s  dress shirt and I am a young looking 55 year old male. I work doing motorcycle taxi in Jamaica in the little London in the westmoreland area. I have two grown sons ages 33 and 32. I own my own home, and have a brand new puppy named corporal.



I love life, love to laugh and enjoy spending time with that special lady. I am seeking a foreign woman between the age of 36 – 45 of any nationality for love, friendship, laughter and relationship. I love to talk about anything and everything, and I am hoping to find my soul-mate. My zodiac sign is Gemini and I am easy to talk to. I have a cell phone you can call if you are a foreign woman and would like us to get to know each other. Call 876 557 6527 Hope to talk to you soon.
Bumpy.

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