Sep 022014
 

Ulu - Breadfruit


‘Ulu is associated with many Hawaiian myths and legends.Legend traces its origin to a time of famine when Ku, the god of building and war, buried himself in the earth near his home. He later turned into an `ulu tree so that his wife and children would not starve. Ku had told his wife that a fruit shaped like a man’s head would spring from his body. “My body will be the trunk and branches; my hands will be the leaves; the heart, core, inside the fruit will be my tongue. Roast the fruit, soak it, beat off the skin, eat some yourself, and feed the children.

Designed for the “Legend of the Ulu”, 90″ x 90″ Designed by John Serrao

Hawaiian Myths and Legends http://nadineprice.com/hawaii/plants/myths.html

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