Oahu Fresh members, we have taro this week! What else are you going to have in your bag?
- Ho Farms Okra
- Leilehua HS Ag Students Daikon
- Mari’s Garden hydroponic Lettuce
- Kakoo Oiwi Taro
- Kama`aina Land Plant Rentals and Nursery Avocados
- Pacific Gateway Farmers Eggplant and Chives
Have you tried making taro hash? If you’re looking for a new way to eat it, try this: boil your taro until it’s tender, then let it cool and peel it. It can be stored in the fridge in a ziploc bag or tupperware container. Then just rough chop/dice in the morning, season with salt, pepper, and any other spices you like, and sautÃ© it in a skillet with some oil or butter. It goes great with eggs!
Buttered Noodles with Chives You can make this pasta, or you could make the sauce and put it over zucchini noodles, sweet potato spirals, etc.