Taro in coconut cream is one of people's old time favorites. Asuisui sells this as well as Samoan cocoa or niu to go along with it, depending on the buyer’s choice. Three people work for Asuisui. Her weekends are used to prepare the necessary ingredients for the stall like getting taro from the plantations, husking nuts and so on. After all debts have been paid for she makes a profit $300.
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