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Molokaʻi Poke

Molokaʻi is nestled between the islands of Oʻahu, Maui and Lanaʻi, measuring only 38 miles in length and 10 miles in width. It’s the least populated of all the Hawaiian Islands and residents prefer it that way. Fiercely independent, they fish, hunt, plant taro and tend to their gardens, proudly passing down their traditions from one generation to the next.

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