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To round out the school year, we are celebrating the month of May by putting 'uala (sweet potato) back on Hawaii's plate on May 19.
He meheuheu mai na kūpuna.
"Habits acquired from the ancestors; such as fishing, farming – sciences that cultivate abundance."
#83, 'ŌLELO NO'EAU
Did you know?
'Uala, or sweet potato, is one of the counterparts of Kalo in the Native Hawaiian diet that is a great source of key nutrients including vitamin c, potassium, and resistant starch that helps to keep our gut healthy and inflammation down.
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