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What is the Food Poke?

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Poke is a Hawaiian specialty dish made with raw fish and vegetables. It is often made with yellowfin tuna or salmon, but other types of fish are also available. The fish is typically marinated for two hours before being served. There are many ways to customize your poke bowl, including using different types of veggies or mix-ins. Avocado can be used as a topping for a more modern twist, and it adds a creamy texture to the dish. Alternatively, you can use cucumber, edamame beans, or pickled cabbage. Some people choose to use white rice, but you can also use brown rice.

Poke is usually served over sushi rice, a sticky and cold rice that makes it easy to poke the fish. However, it can also be served over other types of rice, including cold vermicelli noodles, quinoa, spiralized veggies, and lettuce. It is often served with a variety of toppings, such as fish roe, avocado, and sesame seeds. If you are vegetarian, you can also use marinated tofu or beets instead of fish. Portobello mushrooms can also be marinated in the same manner.


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  Is poke safe to eat?  Poke is a versatile, nutrient-rich meal. It is a great option for vegetarians and vegans, and can be made gluten-free if you choose. Depending on the toppings and sauces, it can pack a powerful punch in terms of flavour and texture. Poke is also social media-worthy, and the clean appearance of the dish has made it popular with food bloggers.


Poke is Hawaiian food that dates back to pre-colonial Polynesian times. The word "poke" means "cut crosswise." Ancient Hawaiians fished for fish whenever they were hungry and used the catch of the day for their feast. The fish they caught was usually indigenous and fresh. When they cooked it, they would sprinkle it with sea salt and seaweed to keep it chilled. In the 1970s, raw fish became popular, and it's become a trendy dish.


While the real poke isn't Instagrammable, it is a staple at many supermarkets in Hawaii. Fresh, marinated raw fish is sold by the pound at the supermarket's deli counter. It's also sold by the chunk in plastic deli containers. If you want to make it at home, you can buy pre-marinated ahi, sliced avocado, and sesame oil. Then, serve it over rice or with avocado slices.


Poke is ubiquitous in Hawaii, and it's usually served as an appetizer or side dish. Poke counters in Hawaiian grocery stores usually have a selection of ahi tuna, marlin, and octopus. Ono Seafood, for example, is a modest poke joint in Honolulu, which offers ahi and octopus, but omits the avocado.


Poke bowls are rich in sodium, which can cause high blood pressure and increase heart disease risks. Because of this, people may want to limit their sodium intake. In addition, raw fish should be handled with caution. Salmonella, a bacteria that lives in uncooked animal products, is a serious threat.


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