Kō, which translates to sugarcane in Hawaiian, is inspired by the sugarcane plantation era, a time when people from around the world came to the Hawaiian Islands to work in the sugarcane fields. The plantation workers brought recipes and cooking techniques from home, but utilized the ingredients available to them in the islands. This culinary evolution eventually developed into what is now considered modern Hawaiian cuisine.
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