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no. 2 The Australian school that helps indigenous chefs blossom.

he Australian government has announced it will hold a referendum on whether to formally recognize its Indigenous population in the constitution, but for a is a training school dedicated to placing apprentices and qualified chefs in some of the country’s best kitchens—and this month four of them are traveling to Ireland to showcase Australian wild ingredients at the Taste of West Cook Food Festival and at their embassy in Dublin, for the first time. It’s apiece with the growing interest in Indigenous cultural tourism across Australia.

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