'Ulu - breadfruit. Right now is the season of Kū (God). Another staple to Hawaii and the Pacific, it's origins begin with stories of famine. There was a time where famine hit areas where Kū and his 'ohana resided. Understeanding this, Kū turned upside down erect and became an 'ulu tree, which can be used in so many ways. The sap; to temporarily trap birds for feather collecting without harm. the fruit; steamed, roasted, baked, boiled, eaten ripe and raw, eaten as 'ulu poi and much more. Love 'ulu, what a providing tree for a thriving people. 

These shallow bowls are 6inches in diameter and are great for morning breakfast, snack time, or as a fruit bowl! 

Dishwasher and microwave safe

handmade in Hawaii 

'Ulu Shallow Bowls