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With its verdant upland pastures and fertile soil, Maui is at the center of the farm-to-table process that is so integral to Hawaiʻi Regional Cuisine in the islands. On the "Valley Isle," it's easy and rewarding to eat local, sampling the fresh produce, grass-fed beef and even cheeses, beers and wines that are produced right here on this sustainable island—and getting an authentic taste of local culture as well.
Take a farm tour in Kula and see how the volcanic soil of Upcountry Maui makes the Maui Onion so sweet. Try award-winning cheeses at a goat dairy. Roam the fragrant fields of a lavender farm. Or pull off to stop at any of the amazing farmers markets and roadside stands peddling just-picked produce, fresh-squeezed juices and sweet treats like pillowy banana bread and tangy butters made from lilikoʻi (passion fruit).
Since early times, Hawaiians have grown taro and sweet potato in Maui's upcountry fields. Today, you can experience Maui's cowboy culture or even sip local wines and spirits in the rustic farm towns of Kula and Makawao.More
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Sink your teeth into just-picked coconuts, fresh-baked banana bread and the many varieties of avocado grown on Maui at these amazing farmers markets around the island.More