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A Letter in Support of Water Security & a Lesson in Interconnectedness

A Letter in Support of Water Security & a Lesson in Interconnectedness:  A few months ago on my way to the Food Tank conference in Chicago, I flew over the Missouri River and got an overhead view of a site that had been showing up on my social media feed […]

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Sugar’s Funeral and An Open Letter……

An open letter to Alexander & Baldwin Hawaii: This week, after 146 years of sugar production, the last sugar mill has closed. The time of large-scale sugar production has faded with history. The cheap access to water and the virtual perfect growing conditions in Hawaii was no match for cheap labor […]

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Getting Back to the Roots – Locavore

  Getting back to the roots as a locavore in Hawaii is also an innovative way to help community. Oahu Publications produces a magazine for one of the island’s top hotels, The Kahala Hotel & Resort. Kahala Life, explores local happenings, sights and ideas on how visitors should […]

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Planting Seeds For the Future – Advocacy & Education

Planting Seeds For the Future – Advocacy & Education Workshop Series on Kalo Over the past few months, we conducted our first ever All About Kalo (Hawaiian word for taro) Series in collaboration with the Mālama Learning Center and Ka’ala Farms.   What a great time we had!   The […]

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Women In Food

Women In Food is an interesting discussion happening in the food industry. According to Women Food & Ag Network, women are just 30 percent of agriculture – a number that needs to increase. Unfortunately many women who want to farm experience firsthand that agriculture is still seen […]

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Life in These Islands

I’ve been thinking more about Seasons in the Hawaiian Islands. Why do people say there are no seasons? They must miss the leaves turning colors, falling to the ground and snow perhaps. I see more changes in nature in these islands than anywhere else. In the Hawaiian […]

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Sense of Place – Waialua. 1/ 6

After trading city life for seven acres of red, volcanic-soiled-agricultural land, my family and social enterprise is embarking on new territory and gaining a new sense of place in Waialua. This new territory, in the ahupua’a of Waialua, is not only incubating my social enterprise that is Voyaging Foods, but teaching […]

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All About Kalo

WithOutWalls Workshop  All About Kalo Series Workshop One: Growing & Harvesting Kalo (Taro) When: Saturday, April 30th, 2015, 9am-noon Location: Kaʻala Farm **Kalo available to take home for an additional $5   Workshop Two: Cleaning and Processing Kalo When: Saturday, June 4th, 2016, 9am-noon Location: Kaʻala Farm […]

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Beneficial alternatives to Wheat Flour

Instead of talking about gluten-free flours we like to introduce beneficial alternatives to wheat flour. Transitioning to a gluten-free lifestyle can be daunting, especially if you have no experience or knowledge of gluten-free living. It can be difficult to figure out what you should buy, what you can […]

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The Taro Difference

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 merges ancestral diets and the modern healthy family. We are a Hawaii-based company that produces gluten and grain free powders from native Hawaiian canoe plants, the “ancient grains” of Polynesia. Voyaging Foods was created in pursuit of our three passions: mindful cooking, healthy lifestyles and sustaining Hawaii Nei.