group of taro leaves. Taro is a Hawaiian staple food. Its root is cooked and mashed to make poi (always served at local luau), and it has a spiritual - religious importance in Hawaiian culture, where taro is the original brother of all Hawaiians.
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group of taro leaves. Taro is a Hawaiian staple food. Its root is cooked and mashed to make poi (always served at local luau), and it has a spiritual - religious importance in Hawaiian culture, where taro is the original brother of all Hawaiians.

Filename: AJC173PhotoResourceHawaii.jpg
Size: 5100x3830 / 9.8MB
Date: 3 Jul 2006
Location: Island of Oahu
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