Kalo, taro, was a staple of the Hawaiian diet and considered the older sibling of the Hawaiian people. Cooked kalo is most often pounded into poi but it is also versatile and easy to add to your diet. It can be used in many different culinary meals adding it's unique flavor to dishes. In this series, you will delve into some of the uses of kalo and how to prepare it so that it not only tastes good but it is good for you. We will take a look at kalo health benefits.
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