A dish of sustainable fish

By Lauraine Jacobs In Recipes

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7th April, 2012
Sustainability is a buzz word of the culinary scene. When asked about their food styles, chefs usually say it’s all about cooking with fresh local seasonal ingredients that have been sustainably produced. An admirable answer, yes, but what does this mean? I hope their view of sustainability means food produced in a manner that doesn’t leave the planet in a worse state. We should each leave invisible “footprints”. We should question the provenance of our food and our purchasing choices should lead to improvement rather than decline of the planet. Some international industrial food ...

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