Taro

In ancient Hawaii, taro wasn’t just a dietary staple; it was also considered an elder sibling to the Hawaiian people. A central plant in ancient Hawaii, the taro plant required a flowing stream of water and was usually grown on flat lands near the sea. Only men would cultivate the taro and prepare it for eating.

Read more about taro in the Hawaiian culture in “Taro or Kalo.”

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