Whipping up this Pokémon-inspired rendition of poke is a great way to encourage kids to broaden their seafood horizons (ya know, beyond frozen fish sticks) and try the fresh stuff. The freshest of fresh, for that matter. Poke is traditional, and very casual, Hawaiian fare that consists of chopped raw fish (usually ahi tuna) that's marinated in soy sauce and sesame oil, then sprinkled with sesame seeds and scallions. The raw fish salad is often served over rice with other accouterments like sliced avocado, cucumber, and nori. While you can use a different fish such as salmon in place of tuna in this recipe, the important thing is that you only use incredibly fresh, sushi-grade fish. For poke or sushi, always purchase fish from a trusted source and never hesitate to ask the fishmonger questions about what you're buying.