Tag Archive for: eat local

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Maui Eat Local Challenge 2023

Hard to believe it's been 10 years that I've participated in the Maui Eat Local Challenge. I remember when we started there was no locally available olive oil, cultivated gourmet mushrooms, cashews, skyr, or black pepper. A few people on the…
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How to Haole Koa Flower Buds

INTRODUCTION Watch THIS VIDEO for a visual tutorial on harvesting and water soaking haole koa flower buds. STEP 1 Harvest unopened flower buds. There should be no small white flowers opening, or that look like they will open. STEP…
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Protected: Green Pod Salad

INTRODUCTION Such a fantastic use of the flexible green pods of haole koa, the ones which don't form large green seeds! This recipe inspiration comes from Food Foodz --> watch here. You can of course cut the pods into different shapes,…
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Pickleweed (Batis maritima) – Edible Coastal Vegetable

Pickleweed (Batis maritima), also called ʻākulikuli kai in Hawai'i, is a succulent creeping shrub within the Bataceae family. It is native to tropical and subtropical America as well as the Galapagos Islands, and is commonly known as saltwort…
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Chinese Violet (Asystasia gangetica) Edible Greens

Boiled Chinese violet (Asystasia gangetica) greens. Photo by Sunny Savage Tolerating moist conditions and a variety of soil types, Chinese violet (Asystasia gangetica) is an almost vine-like weed ubiquitous to both wild spaces and gardens…

Introducing a new Foraging Field Assistant

  It's with great pleasure that I introduce Maile Risch, the new Foraging Field Assistant at Savage Kitchen. We'll be together on Thursday's and Friday's to continue the work of creating high quality wild food educational materials.…
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How to Make the Best Kiawe Tea!

Of all the wild foods I have ever introduced people to, kiawe tea is by far the all-around favorite. No one can believe the sweetness is all natural, only coming from the beans of kiawe (Prosopis pallida), with nothing else added. So, I taught…
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100% Local Crackers – Eat Local Maui Challenge

EAT LOCAL MAUI 2021 Challenge was held from September 12-18 Day 4 Breakfast Made poi from the pa`i`ai, topped with gifted banana, gifted pomegranate, fig from garden, kumquat from garden, starfruit from garden, mango…
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Day 22 – Eat Local Maui Challenge

100% local for Day 22 of the Eat Local Maui Challenge with Project Locavore. Brunch & Dinner :: Achiote oil made with annatto seeds*** and Olinda Orchards olive oil, kalo from Ho’omakua Farms, carrots from Pono Grown Farm Center,…

Happy Halloween – Eat Local Maui Challenge

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_mz3ILXxc0&feature=youtu.be One of my absolute favorite times of year! These times of celebration can be challenging when trying to eat 100% local, as potluck and family traditions abound. But,…
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Make Your Own Coconut Milk – Eat Local Maui Challenge

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhiZdc-qiFo&feature=youtu.be Get a glimpse into eating 100% local foods from the Hawaiian Islands. This video highlights the process of making homemade coconut milk, from opening the coconut all the…
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Making Chocolate & Grandma’s 90th Birthday – Eat Local Maui Challenge

A glimpse into Day 9 of eating 100% locally grown and raised foods from the Hawaiian Islands. I pretty much ate leftovers all day, but attempted to make a banana cake topped in chocolate for my Grandma's 90th birthday.