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buckytom

Chef Extraordinaire
Joined
Aug 19, 2004
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My mountain
Lol, casey. From everything that I'm reading about poke, and the discussion here, you just might be able to.
 

caseydog

Master Chef
Joined
Jan 19, 2017
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Location
Dallas
We do in Hawaii, but over here on the mainland, well, that may be awhile... and THIS is why I LEARNED how to make my own, as Med did!!!

It has only been a few years since 7-Eleven learned how to make decent coffee. I'm not going to hold my breath waiting for good poke. :LOL:

CD
 

Kaneohegirlinaz

Wannabe TV Chef
Joined
Aug 2, 2014
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Central/Northern AZ, gateway to The Grand Canyon
You can find Poke at several Costco locations here on the Mainland now, as well as in Hawaii. But I still like Foodland for my Poke when we go back home. We were last on Oahu in May 2015 and we had some sort of Poke EVERYDAY!! YUM! At the time, the fish were not plentiful, so the price sky rocketed from $6-8/lb to $17+/lb

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can you see the price?

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Smoked Tako or Octopus, really tasty

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Opihi was $60, very hard to come by and when you do find them, WOW!
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Yum, the perfect bite, Opihi and Poi!
DH and I shared this minuscule serving of Opihi and savored each bite.
 

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