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Calabash tree in Upper Carapichaima Trinidad, photographed by Rachel Amy Rochford

Calabash tree in Upper Carapichaima Trinidad, photographed by Rachel Amy Rochford

Trinidad Plums <3 <3 <3  The common plums can be eaten as is but in Trinidad and Tobago they are often eaten with a bit of salt and a couple bird peppers or even pepper sauce. The more adventurous are likely to make plum chow which is made with plum, salt, plenty pepper, and a bit of water to coat everything. The plum is sliced so help absorb the seasoned mixture.

Trinidad Plums <3 <3 <3 The common plums can be eaten as is but in Trinidad and Tobago they are often eaten with a bit of salt and a couple bird peppers or even pepper sauce. The more adventurous are likely to make plum chow which is made with plum, salt, plenty pepper, and a bit of water to coat everything. The plum is sliced so help absorb the seasoned mixture.

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