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#vegan #organic hot dog with red peppers, fennel, eggplant and ONION (The Last Supper)

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Follow me at @taryntues now or forever hold hold your peace (jk, I just don't know what to do here yet)
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all this sunshine is making me hungry for salads #saladdiaries #saladgamestrong
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 30, 2017 10:18 PM (UTC)
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When Sunday is all your favorite things—girl time with @denamay, a beautiful yoga class with @esteefletter, and afternoon treats while I practice design with the sunny breeze coming through my window. #gratitude #thankyou #blessedcoast
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 29, 2017 6:44 AM (UTC)
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bluefin toro mmm 😋🍣✨
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 26, 2017 11:26 PM (UTC)
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the ocean looks good on you 🌊😘
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 24, 2017 3:11 AM (UTC)
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managed to stock my fruit bowl up at home with Hawaiian papaya but I can't shake the feeling that I'm missing something... 🍌🤙🏽🍊🌺🦎✨ #latergram #geckosofinstagram #gecko
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 22, 2017 9:49 PM (UTC)
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Nature will always prevail, that much we don't question. The landscape here at Wai'anapanapa State Park was home to the ancient Hawaiians proven by the 34 ancient sites found here but we only skimmed a very small part of that in these photos (as most tourists do). Wai'anapanapa translates to "glistening water" or "water flashing rainbows hues" 🌈🌊✨, both of which accurately describe this powerful contrast between black lava fields and the deep blue-green hues of the surrounding ocean and growth.
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 22, 2017 9:16 PM (UTC)
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In honor of earth day, one of my happiest places on earth—the beach, the ocean. On this last sunset in Hawaii I got to watch as sea turtles took refuge on the shore. This earth is majestic, may we do everything in our power to keep it that way. 💚🌊🌱🌏✨
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 22, 2017 5:16 AM (UTC)
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volcanic pop rock sand, as I call it ▪️⬛️▪️
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 22, 2017 4:43 AM (UTC)
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My head is still up there somewhere but it's the weekend sooo 😛
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 22, 2017 12:34 AM (UTC)
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Hawaii has such a rich history and culture, one in which many other cultures have impacted. Much respect and gratitude for the multitude of abundance and offerings in Hawaii, including this meal. 🍣✨ #fooddiaries #maui #nigiri
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 22, 2017 12:25 AM (UTC)
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Cattle were introduced to Maui in 1793 as a gift from Captain George Vancouver to King Kamehameha. Few knew that the animals would thrive on the islands' fertile volcanic slopes. By the early 1800s, cattle had forever altered the landscape of Maui. Ranching would become the third largest industry after sugar and pineapples. Today, ranching is an integral part of Hawaiian culture and Maui’s agricultural economy, bringing island beef to island families, keeping a legacy alive, and keeping Maui green. #islandcows #ilovecows #mauibeef #sustainableagriculture
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 21, 2017 7:51 AM (UTC)
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more beautiful memories for the books #mauiwowi #sosurreal
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 21, 2017 12:37 AM (UTC)
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User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 20, 2017 5:33 PM (UTC)
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The last vacation papaya... well, maybe 😏
User Image taryn.tuesday Posted: Apr 19, 2017 7:12 PM (UTC)
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A closeup of this old stone church called “Ihi’ihio Iehowa o na Kaua” church in Hawaiian. It was built in 1856 and is the sole surviving building of the 1946 killer tsunami which wiped out the entire village at Keanae Peninsula.

A few local residents live in this beautiful Hawaiian village today among the taro fields, animals grazing, and fishing. Don't forget to grab a loaf of warm banana bread on your way out. 🤙🏽✨