“By replacing some of the animal protein in our diets with vegetable protein from pulses, the world's growing food requirements could be met."
Kenton Hall Estate Farm is home to a herd of rare Longhorn cows, a breed London chef Neil Rankin has chosen for the grilled beef dishes at his new restaurant. “I look for that pure, beefy flavour,” he says, as we take a tour of the farm.
“After bread, to me chocolate seemed the next logical step,” says Chris Brennan, who runs Suffolk’s Pump Street Bakery and also produces his own bean-to-bar chocolate with rich Ecuadorian cocoa.
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