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Waste not

A Southland childhood fishing for flounder and foraging for scallops, pāua and mussels taught Auckland chef Tom Hishon that kaimoana was not to be wasted.

“We ate everything – there wasn’t any part that was not used – so I have just applied that same philosophy to my cooking.”

That philosophy was

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