Nah only joking.
You can buy frozen poi at several Asian grocers, but fresh is hard to come by. When my in-laws come to visit they always bring me a couple dozen lau laus from Young's Fish Market (my absolute favorite, broke da mouth) and a couple big bags of fresh poi. I crave this stuff in a bad way. Honestly, I'm usually a pretty good at sharing, but when it comes to my poi and lau laus. I have to admit... I'm kinda stingy.
I usually only make one or two servings at a time. If you make more just start with 2 minutes in the microwave and continue with 1 minute intervals until the poi is smooth.
So here is a crash course on what to do with frozen poi...
When I'm ready to eat it, I pull a bag out of the freezer and place the chunk in a glass microwave safe bowl, cover it with plastic and microwave for about 2 min. ( I have a very powerful microwave 1100 watts) it may take longer in a lower wattage microwave.
It will look kind of ugly and lumpy, but will smooth out nicely when you mix it.