How to make Jamaican Ital Soup! (Vegetable Soup) | Deddy's Kitchen

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Today we’re learning how to make Deddy’s famous #ItalSoup !! There’s LEVELS to cooking delicious #JamaicanItalSoup and now that you’re learning Deddy’s version…you’re about to set your meal apart from the rest! Welcome to Deddy’s Kitchen!

I hope you all enjoy this detailed walk through! I know many of us are used to the IG TV versions during this #Quarantine​​​ , but we’re so glad you’ve all pushed us to make YouTube our new home! We appreciate you EVEN MORE for following us here!

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  1. What an awesome family. YOUR LOVE is transparent ! You were on to something when you picked up your camera. I COOK, and a darn good COOK.. and I love all the stuff Deddy cook. I'm happy for all of your growing success. Deddy had not clue, he would get so much love. Mama too..I love her showing up.

  2. I agree with Deddy. Yes let us learn the hard way. Everything is not easy. I'm from St. Kitts and it's true. We in the Caribbean learn hard way also. I'm living in the United States and I'm glad that we learn hard way and soft way. Look at some of these Americans when the Covid was really bad and some people couldn't take the indoors saying it was stressful and they were bored. I was not because I was taught to cope with bad and good life. There was so many things that one could have done while we were onlockdown. So Deddy is right we can cope and learn that whenever things like this happen is for our own good to cope.learn to cope, when is for our own good. We call Coco edioes. We say Turnip also and yes we know Squash, and carrots.

  3. Biggup to this channel!!! Nuff nuff blessings from The Almighty God. I found your channel by accident I think two weeks ago and fell in love with it. Firstly, I love that you all give God the glory which He deserves. Secondly, the family aspect and the way you all interact just makes me feel at home. Oonuh bring back memories of yaad. I recommended your channel to my son who loves to cook and he's excited to check it out. Your recipes are mouth watering to watch and I can't wait fi try mummy spin pon bread puddin (and others of course) It's an honor to support your channel. Keep up the good work. Much love my country men ❤🥰🙏🏽

  4. I'm cuban and my family would call me a traitor for saying this in front of them but, I LOVE JAMAICAN CUISINE MORE THAN CUBAN!!! Everything from the way its prepared to the spirit and soul put in to it. It's like Costal Africa meets Southeast Asia in its taste and design. Deddy is truly a master of his craft and an icon on the cooking genre of youtube. Looking for the day when this channel hits over a million subs. Wait a go guys! Mucho amor po mis amigos jamaiquinos 🇨🇺❤🇯🇲

  5. Oh so YouTube taking u to 200K cuz u popped up on my TL and I don't ever plan on cooking again 😂 but Ital soul is so bomb I'm born and raised in Brooklyn NY and the West Indians taught me how to cook very well so I know it's fine be good ship me some cuz I ain't cooking no more I'm over it 😂 4 outta my 5grown children are half West Indian ❤️

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