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so good to finally have copious info on shado beni. I have lots of recipes that use it and had no idea where to find it or even what it looks like. Especially helpful to learn that it tastes rather like a strong cilantro, that is useful info. Thanks to all you researchers!
Thank you for the video. You are blessed to have most of the fruits and vegetables within your reach, we shop at an Asian market in Colorado,it has very few items, we don’t get callaloo bush so we use one pack of creamed spinach and the frozen cut okra and our callaloo comes out just as tasty. Imagine mangoes have gone from $1.79 to $4.00. what a shame, I will wait until it goes back down. Walmart sells it cheaper but everytime I go there its sold out. Hope I get lucky next time.
Thanks Chris i enjoy looking at the video.
Hi Chris, wow, Iam amazed at what you can find here. Everything can be found. I live in the Caribbean, Tobago to be exact. Keepupthe good work.
I shop in Kensington Market for my Jamaican supplies. I love it and it’s like a mini trip to Negril
Chris, what’s the name of the supermarket?
Thank You Chris! Splendid!
Thanks for sharing…too bad it ended too soon. Is it possible to share where this market is…I would love to go & check it out.
Dear Cris thank you for the video.
Wow Chris I’d live in that market….thanks for sharing.
Kindly correct your labeling of the avocado be it the Mexican variety or Caribbean. In Trinidad, the other word used for avocado is zaboca.
Further, it is wise and courteous to ask permission beforehand to videotape in another person’s business place. What a missed opportunity!
Keep up the good work.
Dear Chris thank you for this video it was really nice and I did enjoy looking at it.
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