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The history of Jamaica is a rich and vibrant one. The history of Jamaica inspires its people to move forward as a nation. Jamaica’s history speaks to experiences of hardships and prosperity; and the growth and determination of a people.
The sun shineth, the land is green and the people are strong and creative, symbolizes the meaning of the country’s flag. Black depicts the strength and creativity of the people; Gold is the natural wealth and beauty of sunlight; and green represents hope and agricultural resources. The Jamaican national motto is ‘Out of Many One People’, based on the population’s multiracial roots.
In the 2020 spring / summer issue of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine, the sticky flesh, heady perfumes, vibrant colours and bizzare shapes common among plant life in Jamaica’s tropical zone is celebrated.
the good juice
In Food And Drink, enter a world where one mango is never enough and get the recipe for Mango Mojito contributed by Ananya Pandit (page 6). Make it an instant holiday with tropical shakes. Learn how to make your own Guava Juice (page 16). Open your eyes to joyful good mornings with a Watermelon Breakfast Juice (page 22). Serve a gorgeous purple cocktail blended with refreshing coconut water, grapes and berries, over crushed ice (page 20).
Develop a taste for island living with a piquant brew, and get the recipe for a Passion Fruit Iced Tea with Lime contributed by Sabine Alphonsine, food photographer and culinary stylist (page 15). Sabine’s photography also graces the cover of this issue of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine.
squeeze, juice, blend
Fresh fruit and vegetables contain an amazing array of vitamins, minerals and other trace elements that are known to be essential for good health, and digesting them in liquid form is one of the best ways to help them on their beneficial way. Some key antioxidants in home made drinks are vitamin E (wheat germ, spinach, avocado, sunflower seeds, nuts), vitamin C (citrus and tropical fruits, green vegetables, berries); and beta-carotene (apricots, dark leafy greens, mangoes, tomatoes, watercress).
Squeezing, juicing, and blending allows you to bring your own creative interpretation to nature’s bounty. See Tips to Guarantee Great Drinks Every Time (page 9). Hello summer, here we come!
frozen treat recipes
Get recipes for some classic vegan frozen treats including Pineapple Coconut Ice Cream (page 26). The taste of home made ice cream is as its peak when it comes straight from the machine. The taste will amaze you!
The exceptional juiciness and vibrant tropical flavour of pineapple that balances the tastes of sweet and tart is also celebrated in a recipe for Grilled Pineapple with Mint Matcha contributed by Dyutima Jha (page 12).
– – – Read more in this issue including Jamaican Food Words & Phrases (page 32), written by Eartha Lowe
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