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Final Day – Eat Local Maui Challenge

“We don’t need revolutionaries, we need solutionaries.” – Alixa Garcia Over 160 solutionaries stepped up to participate in the Eat Local Maui Challenge, that’s over 160 people who know that if we want to change something we have to be that change and it’s been an honor to walk alongside my fellow participants. I hope …

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How To Make Kiawe Flour – Eat Local Maui Challenge

Dedicated to collective well-being, I share how to turn kiawe (Prosopis pallida) beans into flour. This abundance species, aka invasive species, is powerfully nutritious and definitely the most popular wild food I share with others. Known as mesquite in other English-speaking places, it has a long history of use and relationship with humans around the …

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Day 16 – Eat Local Maui Challenge

No videos today, must rest, but daaaang this dish is sooooo ono!!! 100% local. The Eat Local Maui Challenge through Project Locavore is over half way through now. Got some big fat zucchini from the UpCountry Farmers Market (don’t know name of farmer) which were salted in Hawaiian Volcano Sea Salt and water and soaked, then …

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Cassava Greens Cake – Eat Local Maui Challenge

13th Day eating 100% locally grown foods in the Hawaiian Islands as part of Project Locavore and the Eat Local Maui Challenge. I grow so much cassava, and I’m trying to incorporate using the leaves more. They are so nutritious! This video highlights packing them into an instapot, where they cook down into a cake-like consistency. …

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