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4 Steps to transform a healthy eating plan into a lifestyle. Here are 4 healthy lifestyle strategies that will make meal times less stressful. The goal is that they will become seamless healthy habits to share with your family and friends:

1. Plan meals at a month’s [...]

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Ingredients: 1 pound of pasta (we like gluten-free brown rice or quinoa) 2 cups coconut milk 1/2 cup of butter (have you tried Ghee?) 1 1/2 cups grated cheese (try parmesean or white cheddar) 1-2 tablespoons Ancestral Taro Powder (or to desired thickening consistency)

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Voyaging Foods makes gluten-free baked goods and dry mixes from Hawaiian heritage canoe plants such as Kalo (Taro) , ‘Uala (Sweet Potato) and ‘Ulu (Breadfruit).
Try Ancestral Taro Powder, from Hawaiian Taro, as a starch replacement, soup thickener and as an ingredient in baked goods.malesuada.

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Brynn Fosters book on cooking and baking with Native Hawaiian Taro Powder, introduces readers to a beneficial alternative to cornstarch and other thickeners. Packed with delicious recipes that are rich in fiber, vitamin B6 and folic acid, Native Flour, Ancient Starch- Gluten-Free Recipes Using Ancestral Hawaiian Taro Powder, is available for pre-sale now.

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Voyaging Foods merges ancestral diets and the modern healthy family. The Hawaii-based company produces premium, nutrient-dense gluten and grain free powders from native Hawaiian canoe plants, the “ancient grains” of Polynesia. Voyaging Foods is bringing Hawaii’s “first food” to home kitchens everywhere. We are honored to make your allergy-free lifestyle a notch more exotic. Voyaging Foods was created in pursuit of our three biggest passions: mindful cooking, healthy lifestyles and sustaining Hawaii Nei.