‘Ulu Workshop – Grow and Eat More Canoe Plants!

This last Saturday Voyaging foods co-hosted an outreach workshop as part of our outreach programs to grow & eat more canoe plants!

Mālama Learning Center WithOutWalls Workshop took us to Kahumana Organic Farm & Cafe in Waianae! We learned how to tell how ripe an ulu is and what is the best stage of ripeness to cook with for different recipes. We then learned techniques for cutting and prepping the fruit and finally prepared some ono recipes! Mahalo Nina Beatty for sharing with us some of your vast ulu knowledge with us and delicious recipes. I donʻt think anyone left hungry!

Keep posted for more upcoming classes on Cooking with Canoe plants!

This last Saturday our WithOutWalls Workshop took us to Kahumana Organic Farm & Cafe in Waianae! We learned how to tell…

Posted by Mālama Learning Center on Tuesday, October 17, 2017

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Voyaging Foods produces Ancestral Taro Powder as a beneficial alternative to cornstarch and other thickeners. A little goes a long way! Use half as much as cornstarch called for in recipes. Per serving, Ancestral Taro Powder can add up to 10 times more fiber than cornstarch.

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Voyaging Foods bridges Hawaiian ancestral food and the modern healthy diet. We are a Hawaii-based company that is disrupting the alternative flour market by growing and manufacturing gluten and grain free powders from native Hawaiian canoe plants, the treasured heirloom plants of Polynesia. Voyaging Foods was created in pursuit of our three passions: mindful cooking, healthy lifestyles and sustaining Hawaii Nei.