Talk Story and Tastings with the Hawai'i 'Ulu Coop
Saturday, March 23rd
9:30-11 at the
Keauhou Farmers' Market
Saturday, March 23rd is a celebration of the traditional Polynesian and Hawaiian Heritage crop 'Ulu, also known as breadfruit. Whether you want to grow it, harvest it, prepare it, or consume it - there is something for everyone and all things breadfruit during the 'Ulu Palooza on the 23rd.
heavenly chocolate mousse made with Hawaii-grown 'ulu (non-dairy)
Farmers' Market Event
You may recognize their beautiful trees, but do you know how to prepare the 'ulu fruit for sweet or savory dishes? The Hawai'i 'Ulu Coop and the Same Canoe Local Food Challenge are partnering to present traditional and innovative 'ulu food preparation and products at the Keauhou Farmers' Market in Kona on Saturday, March 23rd, 9:30am.
Presentation with historic and contemporary breadfruit talk story, recipe share, and product tastings starts at 9:30am, followed by product sales of Coop's frozen 'ulu and fresh, delicious 'Ulu Hummus and 'Ulu Chocolate Mousse available after 10:30am.
The Keauhou Farmers' Market is open on Saturdays from 7:45 to noon with an abundance of fresh produce and food products.
Come support local farms!
SNAP EBT Special Offers
Note: SNAP/EBT members of Same Canoe can request sample breadfruit products at firstname.lastname@example.org and can earn additional produce coupons for attending.
If you are a SNAP/EBT user in West or North Hawaii, you can also sign-up for Same Canoe's free produce coupon program at this special event after attending the presentation. Visit www.oneisland.org to learn more about the SNAP EBT coupon program.
Everyone - Eat 'Ulu !
Order Yours Today
March is National Nutrition Month and learning about the health benefits of eating breadfruit is a great way to EAT LOCAL. If you would like to pre-order frozen or prepared 'ulu products for pick up at the Saturday Keauhou Farmers' Market on the 23rd, contact email@example.com
In North Kohala, a workshop on a private farm assists backyard gardeners and farmers in learning to prune and care for these beautiful, dramatic broad leafed trees with their valuable and versatile fruits.