JAHMIN Posts Of The Week [September 20th-27th, 2020] Now With OCD Community Support

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We saw some familiar faces in the REGGAEJAHM Community this week, and we've got everything from Ital food to new tunes.


     Greetings again from Paramaribo to all of you Irie Hivers, @JustinParke here with this week's JAHMIN POST OF THE WEEK, The ReggaeJAHM Community.

     Things are moving up and up in our grassroots community, and we recently got some @OCD Community Incubation Support, which means we now have the ability to make those really Irie posts shine and get the attention they deserve.

     Also, in #DashoutSunday news, this is the last week of it's incarnation as a contest with rewards. Our fearless leader @dmilliz is building a culture for the ReggaeJAHM community, and #DashoutSunday is here to stay. Check his announcement post for the full details.

DASH OUT SUNDAYS WEEK #7 THE FINAL? 😳 Prize 🤙🏾( 6 HBD + 1,600 JAHM )


     Also, you might not notice the JAHMIN' POSTS OF THE WEEK curation is a bit late. Well, let's just say that there was some Caribbean drama involving a pit bull attack, various languages and nationalities, and our migrant family, but we are safe and no human beings were harmed, only egos. This drama consumed my Sunday, but let's get back to positive vibes with some Irie content.


     Give thanks for the ever-increasing number of subscribers we see joining the ReggaeJAHM Community each week, and big up all of the content creators sharing everything from Ital recipes to new tunes and reasoning.


When Life Gives You Hot Peppers 🌶 make Homemade Hot Sauce 🔥
by : @rarej

     Mexicans got the habanero, Jamaicans got the Scotch bonnet, and Suriname has the Madame Jeanette, all slightly different cultivars of the Capsicum Chinense pepper. @rarej shared us a simple but delicious Suriname style pepper sauce commonly served with roti meals and other typical Suriname dishes. Suriname hot sauce is not for the faint of heart, it will make you breathe fire.


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🌽 Steamed Corn With Coconut 🥥 An Ital Khmer Dessert Recipe 👩‍🍳
by : @sreypov

     @Sreypov a Cambodian living in Suriname, shared with us a very typical Cambodian dessert, but made with an Ital chef's touch. This steamed polenta-esque dish is sweetened with coconut milk and palm sugar, and topped with sesame seeds. If this dish was available in restaurants in Suriname, we'd eat out a little more often, but nothing beats homemade.


Appreciating the Small Things in Life 🌞 Simple Blessings #APART
by : @tanjakolader

     @tanjakolader recently shared her Hive introduction with the ReggaeJAHM Community, and she's continued to share more awesome original content with us. She decided to take part in #APART, another one of the cultural initiaves spawned by @dmilliz. The acronym stands for A Picture And A Reggae Tune, and it's a fun and easy to way to share your point of view with us.


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A day in The Life Visualizer Vlog for Bitcoin Times!
by : @dmilliz

     @ReggaeJAHM's co-founder himself is an artist, in case you didn't already know. He's produced what is likely the first and only song to mention HIVE and HBD, at least as far as I know. But this no novelty tune, the lyrics are true and appropriate for the times, and he even managed to do double duty as Dad while singing "Bitcoin Times". Perhaps this is just efficient Japanese time management skills, but either way it's an awesome treat for the camera.


     Stay tuned for more JAHMIN Posts Of The Week and bless up yourselves all around the world. We are living in strange times, so it's now more important than ever to stay positive and be the change we want to see in the world.

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Food.... and hot sauce....
Even the video-clip had food I would want to try featured in it 😅😊

Yeah, I love seeing the culture grow in this community. #APART and #DashoutSunday are awesome initiaves that have brought a lot of new users to this place. We always apprecialove you sharing your posts with us. !ENGAGE 10

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Bless Up! Feels good to see my video up deh!

Yeh mon', you're not immune from curation when I run tings'. That's one of the realest videos I've seen on 3Speak in a long time, perhaps ever. !ENGAGE 10

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The non-hostile takeover continues! Thank you for the feature yet again.

We tried the sauce with roti last week actually and it was a really good combination.

I am personally a fan of Suriname style hot sauce, but the Misses doesn't like it. She says it's too much fire and not enough flavor. !ENGAGE 15

Lol, the flavor depends all on the type of chilies you use, potentially some salt/sugar and optional additional ingredients. Most people here just mass plant one generic kind of pepper and use that to make hot sauce. These are usually the ones that are sold in stores and then used by restaurants, unfortunately.

For the first batch I made for example, I used chocolate scorpion peppers and habaneros and you could taste that they were different and more refined, alongside being deadly. 🔥

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