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Savusavu is blessed with some of the most unique seafood, fruits and vegetables of the Fiji islands. The European settlers have helped influence the variety of fresh foods on their farms with local chicken, duck, quail, wild pigs, pigeons and for the very brave

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Like most expatriate workers that go to Fiji, Australian Lance Seeto has fallen under the spell of the Melanesian culture’s lifestyle of simplicity and contentment; he’s discovered happiness. Now in his fifth year working on the iconic Castaway Island Fiji, Seeto has become more than…

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Sunday Times Newspaper, Fiji – Sun 9th September, 2013 If there is one single dish that stands out as Fijian food, it is kokoda. Whenever I am asked to prepare the quintessential Fijian dish, it is always the coconut fish salad that blows everyone away….

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The humble fresh coconut, along with its fat solids, oil and milk, has an undeserved reputation for being bad for you. Many doctors tell their patients to avoid coconut because it will raise cholesterol levels because it contains high amounts of saturated fat. They are…

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