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Foods Used by Filipinos in Hawaii

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Title: Foods Used by Filipinos in Hawaii
Authors: Miller, Carey D.
Louis, Lucille
Yanazawa, Kisako
Keywords: Filipinos
traditional foods
nutrient content
mineral content
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Issue Date: 1946
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Miller CD, Louis L, Yanazawa K. 1948. Foods used by Filipinos in Hawaii. Honolulu (HI); University of Hawaii. 80 p. (Bulletin 98).
Series/Report no.: Bulletin
Abstract: The study this bulletin was based upon examined the foods and dietary habits of Filipinos in the low-income category in Hawaii. Many of the plants described were relatively unusual home-garden species brought by immigrants from the Philippines. Plants discussed included winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonoloba), pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan), and bitter melon (Moringa); mention was also made of Hawaiian sea weeds. Recipes for Filipino dishes (bagoong, dinengdeng, and others) were given, as were nutrient and vitamin contents of the foods.
Pages/Duration: 80 pages
Appears in Collections:Bulletin (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station)

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