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Any starchy agricultural product used as food. Examples include, but are not limited to, yams, potatoes, bananas, cassava, pumpkins, and breadfruit.
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Starboy
14 years ago

Called Provisions in Guyana....to refer to mostly grown, grown/earth food. Another word for Staple food

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Gabs
14 years ago

well in Bim, hardfood&drifood means someone looks scrawny and malnourished

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Grace Grant-jennings
10 years ago

Also Jamaica...

Jamaica
Jamaica
Gredeci
7 years ago

Why is it also called blue food?

Dominica
Dominica
7 years ago

ground provision here in Dominica

Jamaica
Jamaica
Bobzy
6 years ago

Provisions

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Simon
6 years ago

Scrawny = Hardwood. Very funny, ha ha! Rastafari <3 London, England.

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Simon
6 years ago

As I & I, predictive text don't know Hard'food' either. ha ha :-))

St. Lucia
St. Lucia
Juliana blunt
6 years ago

am looking for breadfriut

St. Vincent
St. Vincent
6 years ago

We also call them provisions or ground provisions, but the Vincy term is “hard food”

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Emrrr
5 years ago

Flip potato

Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands
Julie
4 years ago

Bread Kine here in Cayman

Belize
Belize
shameka
4 years ago

negro

St. Vincent
St. Vincent
784
3 years ago

Thats called provision. Ground provision