Callaloo is an extremely popular Caribbean dish originating in West Africa. Served with different style in each Caribbean Island. Callaloo is known by many names depending of your region in the Caribbean. Outside of the Caribbean it is commonly referred to as water bush. Trinidadian and Grenadians use taro bush for callaloo. Jamaicans, Guyanese and Belizens on the other hand use the name callaloo with various dishes. The callaloo is different in various parts of the Caribbean. Each island uses callaloo to make a different style, taste and consistency. Trinidadians use okra and coconut milk while Jamaicans use only the leaf mixed with salt, scallions and onions. Either way, the end result is a truly unique dining experience.