Poi, the original staple food of old Hawaii, is made from:
A. Kalo (Taro)
B. Maia (Bananas)
C. Ulu (Breadfruit)
D. All the above
While the preferred source of poi in Hawaii is Kalo (Taro), this vegetable mash can be made from several other source plants such as Maia (Bananas), Ulu (Breadfruit), and even sweet potatoes and yams.  In central Polynesia the preferred source is Ulu.
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