How An Ancient Hawaiian Food Still Makes It To The Plate — Dining on a Dime

In a classic Hawaiian meal, poi is the main starch on the plate. It plays the same role in a dish that rice often would: It’s filling, and it complements the other flavors in the meal. In this episode of Dining on a Dime, host Lucas Peterson stops by the Waiahole Poi Factory for a truly Hawaiian meal (and a music lesson on the nose flute).

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