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Posted By: Sheila E.

A nice, light salad with fresh heirloom tomatoes, lightly seared tofu tossed with arugula and a light soy sesame dressing.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A great stir fry noodle dish using rice noodles, tofu and bean sprouts.  Simple, but full of flavor.  Make without eggs or patis to make this truly vegetarian.

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Posted By: K. Taako

This is a delicious brownie recipe made with silky smooth tofu which is used to replace the unhealthy fat usually found in brownies and baked goods.  These brownies are vegetarian and vegan if you use the right chocolate chips.

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

There have been a lot of requests for healthier island-style dishes so I wanted to share this Tempeh Fried Brown Rice recipe for those looking for an alternative to the traditional greasy fried rice.

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

Sweet rolls made with taro - the perfect Hawaiian version of the cinnamon roll.

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Posted By: K. Taako

My mother's family loved Nishime and made it often, my grandfather being the cook in the family. My mother learned how to cook from him, and we ate this a lot when I was little. Delicious and comfort food!

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Posted By: A. Taniguchi

I just love sweet potatoes, any type...  this is a twist on the classic twice-baked potatoes.  To make it even more interesting, I think I will try making this with Okinawan sweet potatoes (the purple type).

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

I first saw this Tofu Poke dish on the menu of one of our long time Waikiki restaurants. What a great idea! It has since become such a popular dish that many of our supermarkets have their own versions at their seafood fish counters.

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