Tag: kiawe

Making our Invasive Species Taste Delicious

Do you get enough greens in your diet? Wild Mess ‘o Greens bowls include Spanish needle (Bidens pilosa) and spiny amaranth greens (Amaranthus spinosus), and are an antioxidant boost of slow cooked nutrient dense wild greens. With a dollop of green ulu artichoke sauce and a crumble of roasted macadamia nut, kukui nut (Aleurites moluccana), …

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Cooking with Mesquite – also known as kiawe

Check out this beautiful new cookbook from Desert Harvesters in southern Arizona….Eat Mesquite! Known as kiawe in Hawaii, the Prosopis genus provides delicious food for those in the know. This cookbook was inspired by the long lines of enthusiastic eaters at the Desert Harvesters’ annual Mesquite Milling Fiesta and Pancake Breakfast in Tucson, Arizona, who …

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