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The new poke salad at the Honolulu Poke Moba is not the most exciting of the bunch, but it’s the most delicious.
This is because it’s a mash-up of two of the most popular Japanese dishes.
First up is the “mashi-shishito” (soup made with kimchi) served at the Poke Mobas most popular eatery, Kona Cafe.
It’s a bit like a mash of curry and ramen, with the kimchee, katsuobushi, and seaweed thrown in for good measure.
You can also get a poke salad with the most common of the poke’s ingredients, the spicy tuna.
And for those who are looking for something a little more adventurous, you can try the “pikakoroshi” (pikke salad made with sesame seeds).
It’s basically a salad with a spicy tuna and sesame oil, but with a bit of kimchis ketchup.
The ingredients for the poke salad are the same as the poke, but the sushi is actually made from a bit more than 100 ingredients.
The key to the poke and poke salad is the use of ketchup, which is a soy sauce substitute.
It also contains the katsuo (rice) sauce used to dip the poke in, so it’s not exactly a plain soy sauce, but just a little bit of the spicy ketchup to balance out the rice.
The other thing to note about the poke dish is that the poke itself is made from poke salad, not a simple tuna and kimachi broth.
This means that you get a much better quality product, with less sodium and other additives added.
It comes in a large bowl with a generous amount of rice and a couple of kachinko sticks.
As for the taste, it’s pretty standard.
There’s a mild sweetness, but nothing overpowering.
There is a hint of sweet and sourness from the fish and a hint that the fish is cooked more slowly than most.
There are a few notes of umami, which I won’t delve into here, but that’s about it.
The main thing I will say about this is that it is the perfect poke for lunch or dinner, and if you don’t like the taste of fish and ketchup then you’re in luck.
I’m not going to go into a lot of detail about how to make a poke, other than to say that if you’re looking for a dish that can be shared between friends or family, then this is the way to go.
If you’re craving something that is slightly different, I think it would be best to try one of the other poke salads at Kona.
It is available at most of the restaurant’s other restaurants, but you might want to go to a different one to make sure you don,t miss out on it.
If there is a poke in your area, you may also want to check out the Hawaii Poke MobA’s website, which has a full list of the restaurants poke salads and other options.
You also can find them on Pinterest.
Posted by Amy at 11:06 AM