Updated: Dec 3, 2020
Farming is an essential skill for tropical islanders. It is a thrilling experience to harvest and prepare delicious tropical snack foods that have flourished from the earth. In the West Indies ground provisions are referred to as root plant or vegetables such as yams (yellow or white), sweet potatoes like boniato, taro root, eddos, dasheen root, cassava, and many more.
Some of these root vegetables are used in many Caribbean cuisines. Ground provisions are cooked in a variety of ways. They are usually boiled, fried, braised, or roasted. Yam, potatoes, and cassava provisions are enjoyed with ackee and saltfish, callaloo, steamed snapper fish, and other variations of meats and poultry. Learn more about islsnac cassava chips ground provision snack.
Satisfy your craving with islsnac ground provision chips. Naturally prepared with a healthy choice of coconut oil. Lightly salted, fresh, and crisp. Yam, Cassava, Banana, Plantain.
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