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Poi

Poi should be fresh, 1 or 2 days old. Freeze dried or bottled poi may be substituted, although the flavor is more bland. Poi gets a little sour tasting as it ages.

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  • Squeeze poi from bag into bowl.
  • Gradually add water, mix with hands until.
  • smooth, the consistency of thick paste.
  • Store, covered, in a cool place.
  • Serve at room temperature. If poi is kept at room temperature for several days, it will gradually become sour.
  • If refrigerated, it will sour more slowly but should be covered with a layer of water.
  • It may be mixed with more water when ready to serve as it hardens when cold.
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"Poi should be fresh, 1 or 2 days old. Freeze dried or bottled poi may be substituted, although the flavor is more bland. Poi gets a little sour tasting as it ages."
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  1. marisk
    Poi should be fresh, 1 or 2 days old. Freeze dried or bottled poi may be substituted, although the flavor is more bland. Poi gets a little sour tasting as it ages.
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