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FLORIDITAS

Wellington

Some chefs stumble into cooking by chance, while others know it’s their calling from the moment they pick up their first wooden spoon. Julie Clark is firmly in the latter camp. The co-owner of Floriditas, one of Wellington’s longest running cafes, says growing up on a 24-acre farm in Whanganui with a mother who didn’t particularly like cooking set her on her culinary path from an early age.

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