Taro Fields, Hanalei (XL)
Ref.#13 1202xl ~ Taro Fields, Hanalei
For many of Hawaii's people, taro remains a way of life—the heartbeat of the land and itspeople. Early Hawaiians supposedly consumed up to 15 pounds of taro (as poi), per person, on a daily basis. It was such a revered source of nourishment that only men were allowed to grow it. Taro is still used for making poi, that starchy, pasty staple served at every Hawaiian luau as well as used to make taro chips.
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