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Big book about bananas mates botany with mythos

By Heidi Bornhorst

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 18, 2012

~~<p>Would you like to grow some maia (bananas) in your garden? How about some of the older Hawaiian varieties that are becoming rare or even extinct? Have you ever eaten maia poi? Would you like to learn some new recipes for cooking bananas for your next ono potluck ohana gathering?</p>
<p>An impressive new book about bananas can start you on your way to a better appreciation of this awesome fruit while providing fascinating cultural, historical and scientific information as well as recipes.</p>
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Would you like to grow some maia (bananas) in your garden? How about some of the older Hawaiian varieties that are becoming rare or even extinct? Have you ever eaten maia poi? Would you like to learn some new recipes for cooking bananas for your next ono potluck ohana gathering?

An impressive new book about bananas can start you on your way to a better appreciation of this awesome fruit while providing fascinating cultural, historical and scientific information as well as recipes. Login for more...



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