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Cooking with Local, Seasonal Produce

Restaurant NomaLearn from the Best: Claus Meyer and René Redzepi of Copenhagen’s Noma, considered the world's finest restaurant, are creating haute cuisine from a set of principles devoted to regional ingredients. The rules of their craft are published on their website as Manifesto for the New Nordic Kitchen and fiercely adhere to seasons, local produce and animal welfare. The concept of local sourcing is hardly new but running the planet's most celebrated eatery according to this is quite a feat, especially in winter. A great inspiration for re-thinking home cooking and grocery shopping: most of the rules can be easily applied to any household if we exchange the word "Nordic" by "Local" in their manifesto. 

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