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Shun (pronounced “shoon”) is an untranslatable Japanese word that means food at its very peak of the season. Shun is the period of time when food is at its very best — harvested and eaten when it’s fresh, fragrant and flavoursome.

Seasonal fruits, vegetables and seafood are often linked with celebrations and memories — a warm and hearty pumpkin soup in winter, sweet summer watermelon that drips down your chin as you bite in, or peeling plump prawns at a Christmas lunch. These treats are so evocative, they have us eagerly anticipating a new season.

There are many benefits to aligning your diet with the seasons. Buying seasonal produce means supporting your local farmers and reducing the environmental costs of

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