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  Breadfruit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was first collected and distributed by Lieutenant William Bligh as one of the botanical samples collected by HMS Bounty in the late 18th century, on a quest for a cheap high-energy food source for British slaves in the West Indies.
The grapefruit-sized ovoid fruit have a rough surface, and each fruit is divided into many achenes, each achene surrounded by a fleshy perianth and growing on a fleshy receptacle.
The Hawaiian staple food called poi made of mashed taro root is easily substituted or augmented with mashed breadfruit.
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 Fishpond 'Ohana Restoration - Maui: The First Wave
At first their food was dried fruits, vegetables and livestock they brought with them, fresh fish and limu.
Kawai Nui, an edible mud the consistency of jelly, grew on the bottom surface of the ponds and was used as an additional nutrient over the centuries instead of poi.
Taro corms, banana shoots and sugar cane, cut in joints, were kept dark and damp inside bundles made of damp pandanus leaves packed deep in the hull where they would be kept cool.
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 Recipes : Spicy Hawaiian Fish Stew with Creamy 'Poi' : Food Network
Squeeze in lime juice and gai choy right before serving.
To make the poi, heat the cream with the garlic and ginger and reduce by 20 percent.
Place a mound of poi in the middle of a large pasta bowl.
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