19 Nov '16, 9pm

A key ingredient in Bajan cuisine - fresh turmeric. Day # 40 - [email protected]:

Fresh turmeric is grown locally and readily available in the markets in Barbados. Apart from being used for its anti-inflammatory properties in teas, potions etc., turmeric is used widely in Bajan cuisine. The island's hot pepper sauce gets its signature colour and flavour from fresh turmeric; it is also used to make yellow rice, season meats, soups and cooking spreads.

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