Taste of Satira
Gullah Garlic & Herb Authentic Spice
Because they stayed mostly to themselves rather than assimilate into wider Southern society, the Gullah Geechee people held onto unique customs and ways of living either lost, abandoned or forgotten outside the land where they are most concentrated today. This is due to migration of African-Americans around the country — voluntary or otherwise — and to the diaspora of African people throughout the world. And their culture not only includes fantastic food, but also the beautiful Gullah Geechee language: a Creole dialect that mixes English and African tongues.