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Kensington, hold onto your hats.
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"In the US, the wild king salmon season opens in the middle of spring and those who know this can't wait to get their hands on it," says Alvarez. "Although salmon is not indigenous to Australia, ocean trout is a suitable substitution. Fin-fish aquaculture is a contentious topic around the world (I'm not entirely convinced of its merits), but Australia certainly is leading the pack on sustainable practices."
Note Bronze fennel and Meyer lemons are available from specialist greengrocers and farmers' markets. Meyer lemons are sweeter than regular lemons; if they're unavailable use the zest only of a regular lemon - the flesh will be too tart for this. If bronze fennel is unavailable, use fennel fronds.
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