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Your kitchen spice rack will have new relevance after experiencing this talk…
“The exotic spices, nuts, fruits, vegetables, plants and insects of St. Lucia”
Pictures are annotated with plant names and historical notes making it a relaxing talk to follow and enjoy.
Nutmegs are grown on trees and when ripe the fruits splits to reveal not just the nutmeg but also the surrounding red spice – mace.
Nutmeg, mace, cashews, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, yams, coconuts, bananas, plantains, cassava, breadfruit, grapefruit, almonds, cocoa, vanilla, papaya, orchids, insects and more thrive in this tropical paradise. They are all illustrated and explained.
Also what is food additive E100 shown below left and the curious orchid below right?
This is a talk for both nature lovers and those interested in how your tropical fruits, vegetables and spices are grown.