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Jack Johnson in the New York Times

clock June 27, 2013
Jack Johnson in the New York Times

The studly and talented, Jack Johnson is more than just a former professional surfer and singer/songwriter. The Oahu native started the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, which he founded with his wife, Kim in support of many organic and sustainable-food-related programs in Hawaii.

“A lot of traditional Hawaiian food culture is gone, but for a big group or a party, there are still meals you always do even if your ancestors aren’t Hawaiian,” said Johnson.

The New York Times recently interviewed Jack Johnson about the riches of Hawaiian food and the symbolic power of pancakes. Read the full interview here.

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