WHAT IS POKE?
Poke (po-keh) means “to slice/cut.” The Native Hawaiians first created poke, a Hawaiian dish, by dicing freshly caught fish and seasoning it with whatever was on hand - salt, limu (seaweed), and kukui nuts. Yup, it was that simple.
Here is more information about Hawaiian-style poke: https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/the-poke-bowls-swarming-dc-are-tasty-but-dont-call-them-authentic-hawaiian-food/2017/07/26/8de42e6c-6bf3-11e7-96ab-5f38140b38cc_story.html?utm_term=.392af71dd4d4
IS IT SAFE TO EAT RAW FISH?
WHAT MAKES ALOHA FRESH SO UNIQUE?
Our ahi is FRESH - it’s caught in Hawaii and shipped to California. Our fish is never frozen and never treated with carbon monoxide.
For more information about frozen fish and carbon monoxide, please read the following article: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5785137/Time-avoid-Sushi-lunch-raw-fish-thats-parasites-pumped-carbon-monoxide.html