das-cuisineBeginning Monday, March 3 through Sunday, April 27, Whole Foods Markets  in Florida are celebrating Ethiopian traditions and cuisine at each location’s Hot Bar with ‘wats’, that is stews or curries,  like  Loze Wat – peanut and chicken stew; Doro Wat – spicy chicken stew with unique flavor from berbere chili powder, black cumin seed, cardamom and onion; Gomen – collard greens cooked with garlic, ginger, caraway and cardamom.  

There is Kik – yellow split peas with turmeric and fresh ginger  and  Beef Mafe, a beef  and peanut sauce stew, onions, tomato, potatoes, and African spices. Turmeric Potatoes – seasoned with garlic, ginger and onions, and Basmati Rice are the perfect side dishes to any meal. Whole Foods Market will also have Chickpea Stew – made with sweet and fragrant Ethiopian spices for those living a vegan lifestyle.

In celebration of cultural diversity, Whole Foods Market will continue featuring and embracing different cultures’ cuisine throughout the year including Korean, Jamaican, and Vietnamese dishes, among others.

For more information about Whole Foods Market, please visit www.wholefoodsmarket.com


0 #1 Felicitas 2014-05-10 12:59
It also has the ability to lower cholesterol and
curb appetite. Fish tend to really home in on instant energy sources that enter their blood stream very quickly.

Plus, you tend to eat fewer calories when your food is spicier, so this has added benefits.

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