Ah-Ha Poke Bowl Premium PD Recipe
- Skill Level: Easy
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Pronounced “Poh-keh,” meaning cut into chunks. Originally made by Hawaiian fishermen as a seasoned raw fish snack over rice. With the growing popularity of grain bowls, Poke shops have opened in every big city creating a negative environmental impact by turning a finite resource like ahi tuna into the main dish of chain restaurants. Protective Diet is on a mission to transform this foodie trend to offer protection to humans, animals and our planet while preserving the traditional freshness and eye appeal of this dish. Fish is a limited resource and the most contaminated food on earth. It is falsely marketed as a healthy food choice. It contains cholesterol, saturated fat and animal protein, promoting heart disease and stimulating cancer proliferation. The health-conscious have eliminated BPA plastic bottles out of their routine for health and our planet, yet many overlook the toxic plastic and mercury fish contains, making fish the most contaminated food we can consume. Feel good enjoying Ah-Ha Poke and know you are making an impactful difference with every delicious protective bite.
This is a really tasty and refreshing bowl. My favorite is the watermelon with zucchini coming in a close second. I have also used pressed tofu and really liked that as well. I know it’s not traditional, but I like to add fresh sliced jalapeño to my bowl, and I add some grated ginger to my rice before cooking. Another great, satisfying meal that won’t heat up the kitchen in summer!
I just made the papaya version & loved it. Think zucchini version will be great too per plantcook’s review!
Delicious. Love this delightful recipe. I prepared it with zucchini and am now anxious to try the papaya variation.
This is a delicious recipe. The flavors are so good. I made it with watermelon and papaya. I’ve never had Poke before and had no idea what to expect. My son tried it and said yeah it tasted like Poke he’s had and gave me some tips on what to include like edamame and cilantro with my rice and veggies. I’ll be making it again and inviting my kids over.