'The trout dish was created after working with Chalk Stream foods, which farm amazing sustainable trout. The quality and flavour of the trout is so good we wanted to keep it simple by simply curing it and letting the trout's flavour really shine. We were thinking how to use broccoli stems after taking part in the WastED project last year, a project by Dan Barber to use unwanted ingredients and by-products, and pickling it was a great solution to add flavour and texture to contrast the cured trout. It took a little time for the dish to catch and our guests really love it now.’ Sami Tamimi, Chef Director, OttolenghiView this Recipe
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WASTE NO FOOD: Did you know one-third of all food produced is wasted? Repurposing would-be food waste in a creative way is key to contributing to a better food future.
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BETTER MEAT: The ready availability of cheap meat poses not only moral and ethical questions but also a huge environmental threat. Limiting the meat you eat to high-welfare is a great place to start.
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