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ReGrow Ginger in a Container

Posted on Jul 24, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

Ginger is an awesome spice that is packed with nutrients and has been used for many centuries now due to it's great medicinal health benefits. They are very simple to grow.

The Shelf Life of Food

Posted on Aug 11, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

Foods unopened, uncut or uncooked - unless stated otherwise - and their shelf life in the pantry, refrigerator and freezer. Foods you grow at home often have a different shelf life. What are your common practices with shelf life?Infograohic via printing this...

[Kauai] Local Veggie Swap

Posted on Jul 7, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

Local Veggie Swap is an event once a month in Kapaʻa Kauaʻ Veggie Swap is an event to bring people together to trade local organic produce. No money is involved you just come and trade veggies. People are invited to bring organic seeds or plant starters to trade...

ReGrow Red Onions

Posted on Jul 18, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

Red Onions: How To Plant Onion Sets1. Get your sprouted red onion, a knife, and a cutting board.2. Make a deep slit into the red onion so that you can peel away the out layers to get at the core of the onion. This is where you will find the onion sets.3. Gently pull away the layers until you find...

[Video] Five Ways To Reduce Food Waste

Posted on Aug 22, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

 Here are 5 ways to curb food waste.It's a problem many of us deal with -- throwing out too much food.Number 5 -- It may sound contradictory but shopping more often eliminates the high amount being tossed in the trash can. One major shopping trip a week means an abundance of perishables will...

Let's Grow Hilo - Edible Landscaping for the Community

Posted on Jul 4, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

Let's Grow Hilo invites the community to help landscape Hilo's public lawns and most importantly to grow and harvest their own food. Let's go Hawaii! letsgrowhilo.comPurpose of the ProjectLet’s Grow Hilo is a Downtown Improvement Association edible landscaping beautification project that...

I AM HALOA Kalo Luau Dumplings

Posted on Jul 30, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

Learn about the "I am Haloa" Challenge with the help of Chef Lee Anne Wong as she teaches you how to make dumplings with kalo at her restaurant in Kaimuki. Check out the video, and if you want to try this at home, here is the recipe. Mahalo Aunty Lee Anne #kokoheadcafe! I AM HALOA Kalo Luau...

Paiai Kulolo by Mana Ai

Posted on Jun 23, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

Mana Ai shares a Paiai Kulolo Recipe.Description:Taro And Coconut Dessert. A Traditional Hawaiian Favorite Without The Itchy Hands.Cook Time:20 MinutesServings:4–6 Ingredients:4 cups grated paiai 1 cup coconut milk (not juice)1/2 cup raw sugarDirections:Heat a medium-sized sauté...

Waianae Eat Local Challenge Starts August 16th

Posted on Aug 14, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

Waianae Eat Local Challenge (Saturdays from August 16 to September 13, 2014) - See more at: Eat Local Challenge (Saturdays from August 16 to September 13, 2014) - See more at:...

How To Grow A Pineapple

Posted on Jul 10, 2014 by Kaleo Ten

A few things you should know about pineapple plants: Pineapples don't need much water. They have very tough leaves so they don't lose much water through evaporation. They can get by on very little.Pineapples don't need much soil or high quality soil. They belong to the family of bromeliads,...

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