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Why Breadfruit Belongs On Our Tables

It’s ‘ulu season in Hawaii, time to cook, eat and celebrate one of the islands’ oldest “new” superfoods.

So dodge those big green orbs oozing sticky white sap that splat from trees overhanging streets and driveways, count your mixed blessing at finding a neighbor’s generous box of breadfruit on your doorstep, and experiment with dozens of ways to prepare one of the tropics’ healthiest and versatile foods.

Two Maui events this month celebrate this ubiquitous starch’s comeback in island kitchens and use by famous chefs featuring it on “buy local, eat local” menus.

Breadfruit will be the topic of two events on Maui this month.

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