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Kalo How To

A Few of Our Favorite Recipes

Kalo is a wonderfully versatile and nutritious plant. Considered one of the healthiest complex carbohydrates in the world, it is a superfood and can be eaten in a variety of ways. It is a great first food for babies because it is hypoallergenic. All parts can be used from the leaf to the stem, to the corm. Grown and eaten all throughout Oceania, Asia, and Africa it is a vital food source for many cultures. Here, are some favorite recipes from Hawaii but if you have a favorite preparation from another country or culture, please share

At Hoʻokuaʻāina we prepare poi, paʻi ʻai and kalo paʻa (cooked and cubed). Most Hawaiianʻs think of eating poi when they think of kalo because that was their traditional food source. Today, there are numerous ways to get kalo into your diet and replace empty carbs. Here are some suggestions.

Kalo How To

A Few of Our Favorite Recipes

Kalo is a wonderfully versatile and nutritious plant. Considered one of the healthiest complex carbohydrates in the world, it is a superfood and can be eaten in a variety of ways. It is a great first food for babies because it is hypoallergenic. All parts can be used from the leaf to the stem, to the corm. Grown and eaten all throughout Oceania, Asia, and Africa it is a vital food source for many cultures. Here, are some favorite recipes from Hawaii but if you have a favorite preparation from another country or culture, please share

At Hoʻokuaʻāina we prepare poi, paʻi ʻai and kalo paʻa (cooked and cubed). Most Hawaiianʻs think of eating poi when they think of kalo because that was their traditional food source. Today, there are numerous ways to get kalo into your diet and replace empty carbs. Here are some suggestions.

Kalo How To

A Few of Our Favorite Recipes

Kalo is a wonderfully versatile and nutritious plant. Considered one of the healthiest complex carbohydrates in the world, it is a superfood and can be eaten in a variety of ways. It is a great first food for babies because it is hypoallergenic. All parts can be used from the leaf to the stem, to the corm. Grown and eaten all throughout Oceania, Asia, and Africa it is a vital food source for many cultures. Here, are some favorite recipes from Hawaii but if you have a favorite preparation from another country or culture, please share

At Hoʻokuaʻāina we prepare poi, paʻi ʻai and kalo paʻa (cooked and cubed). Most Hawaiianʻs think of eating poi when they think of kalo because that was their traditional food source. Today, there are numerous ways to get kalo into your diet and replace empty carbs. Here are some suggestions.

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Hookuaaina Rebuilding Lives From The Ground Up

Hoʻokuaʻāina is located in the ahupuaʻa of Kailua at Kapalai in Maunawili on the island of Oʻahu.

For more information about our programs or how you can get involved please contact us.

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Kailua, HI 96734

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Hookuaaina Rebuilding Lives From The Ground Up

Hoʻokuaʻāina is located in the ahupuaʻa of Kailua at Kapalai in Maunawili on the island of Oʻahu.

For more information about our programs or how you can get involved please contact us.

visit us

916E Auloa Rd.

Kailua, HI 96734

mail us

P.O. Box 342146

Kailua, HI 96734

email us

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info@hookuaaina.org

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