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Looking forward to getting back out on the lake with the ladies @straight_to_the_source in April. If you’re a hospo legend or a chef, get in contact and let them know we sent you (no, really, it’ll save you $). It’s best way to see the Grampians/Wimmera region - they know their stuff! .
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Nomad pastured chicken breast, star anise carrots, organic lentils, pumpkin seeds, ricotta salata by @bakerpaul82 at @bgr_adelaide
"This is a is a really nice pasture raised chicken, carrot & lentil dish for when you want to entertain. The carrots and lentils are a dish on their own."
What’s your favourite item on your menu and why?
It would have to be our pork head terrine. It’s a dish that’s always been on the menu but the ingredients change and are paired with what’s available from our garden. At the moment it is satsuma plums, native ginger, celeriac pollen, cured egg yolk and lovage.
Read our full Q&A with @bakerpaul82 of @bgr_adelaide via link in profile.
R E C I P E | Love it when #meatfreemonday overlaps with #mountzerohero! Paul Baker aka @bakerpaul82 of @bgr_adelaide has stepped up to the plate a hit it out the park with 3 amazing recipes this month. Here we have Mixed grain, pickled fennel, pomegranate, sumac & labne salad
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For the past year or so we’ve been highlighting some amazing individuals. People who share and support our food ethos, people whose work inspires us and people whose work we want you to know about. We call them our Mount Zero Heroes. And today we are thrilled to introduce you to the one and only @emmastirling
Emma made a big impression on us during a salt harvest at the Pink Lake. During the harvest, she shared many stories from her work around the globe and we benefited first-hand from her down to earth, evidence-based approach to food and health. We loved learning Emma’s perspective on the health benefits of foods we love, our produce, as well as myth-busting a health fad or two. Read our Q&A with Emma via the link in profile