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Sunny and the vet bill

By On June 29, 2015

Anyone with pets will understand this. There is nothing more frustrating than a sick animal. They can’t effectively communicate with you what’s going on, how they’re feeling, or what they just licked.… Read More

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Why I planted a lemon tree

By On June 8, 2015

I knew something was wrong. I had this uncomfortable pain in my lower abdomen while hiking one Sunday morning. It wasn’t a particularly strenuous hike, but I suddenly felt a little dizzy.… Read More

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Me? A leader in agriculture?

By On June 5, 2015

The closest I get to agriculture in Hawai‘i is my hydroponic garden in my backyard. So to have been chosen as part of the 15th class of the Agricultural Leadership Foundation of… Read More

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5 Qs with indoor farmer Kerry Kakazu

By On June 3, 2015

After ditching a regular 9-to-5 job and armed with degrees in biology and plant physiology, Kerry Kakazu started what’s probably the first urban indoor farm in Hawai‘i last year. And he’s not… Read More

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#WeekendDish: Old-fashioned bread pudding

By On March 10, 2015

I love recipes that allow me to clean out my fridge, freezer and kitchen cabinets — and bread pudding is perfect for that. All the bread that’s about to mold over, all the… Read More