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Kūlolo (Frozen)

$10.99

1 lb

Made from grated and steamed kalo (taro root) and coconut milk. It's soft and chewy like mochi, with light brown sugar notes and the creamy richness of coconut milk. Super ono!  Arrives frozen. 

Keep frozen and steam thoroughly before eating. Gradient tones and other variations in color are normal for this artisanal product.

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Made from freshly harvested kalo (wetland taro) and steamed to perfection. Kūlolo is a traditional Hawaiian dessert made by grating raw wetland taro and steaming it. It has a mochi-like consistency. This product does not contain preservatives and is perishable.

Arrives frozen.  Keep frozen and steam to thaw heat through before eating. Gradient tones and other variations in color are normal for this artisanal product.

Cooking Instructions:
1. Heat over a steamer basket.
2. Cover and keep water at a slow boil.  Add water as needed.
3. Cook until kūlolo is heated throughout (about 10-15 minutes).

Ingredients: Taro, coconut milk, sugar, guar gum

Grown and produced in Hawaii

Kākoʻo ʻŌiwi

Kākoʻo ʻŌiwi is a community-based non-profit organization based in the ahupuaʻa of Heʻeia, moku of Koʻolaupoko, island of Oʻahu. With the support of the local community, Kākoʻo ʻŌiwi acquired a 38-year lease agreement with the State of Hawaiʻi Community Development Authority (HCDA) to implement Māhuahua ʻAi o Hoi (Regrowing the Fruit of Hoi), a long-range project to restore agricultural and ecological productivity to nearly 405-acres within the wetlands of Heʻeia. Through their cultural, educational and ecosystem restoration programs, Kākoʻo ʻŌiwi is promoting the social and economic advancement of the local community. They grow traditional crops like ʻulu (breadfruit), kalo (taro), and luau leaf.  In 2020, they started milling poi, making kūlolo, and steaming luau leaves and kalo.

Learn more through their Instagram and website!

Arrives frozen.  Keep frozen and steam to thaw heat through before eating. Gradient tones and other variations in color are normal for this artisanal product.

Cooking Instructions:
1. Bring a pot of water to a slow boil. 
2. Place a perforated steamer basket above the boiling water in the saucepan.
3. Place the kūlolo in the steamer basket.
4. Cover pan and keep at a slow boil.  Add water as needed.
5. Cook until kūlolo is heated throughout (about 15-20 minutes).

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