On InStyle: How to Make a Delicious Hawaiian Poké Bowl Without the Tuna

If you want to get in on the poké trend but don't eat fish, you're in luck. The Hawaiian delicacy, made of raw tuna chunks marinated in soy sauce and sesame oil, is having a serious culinary moment in L.A. and N.Y.C., causing every vegan who appreciates a buzzy food item to experience debilitating FOMO. Thankfully, the island-inspired restaurant Mother of Pearl in N.Y.C.'s East Village is offering a delicious solution: a mango version made with tomatoes, jicama, and macadamia nuts—the first in a new set of meatless menu offerings.

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