A type of grain flakes made from quinoa seeds. The whole-grain quinoa is pressed using a process that rolls and flattens the seeds into flakes. The purpose of this technique is to produce quinoa that is much faster to cook.
A type of bread that originated in Hawaii in the late 1950s, developed specifically by the Taira family of Hilo, who named the bread, “King’s Hawaiian® Sweet Bread." The recipe was inspired by a type of Portuguese sweet bread that was often supplied to sailors who preferred it during their lengthy ocean voyages.