Rare ingredients help Tas develop reputation as food destination
In the culinary world, the search for new and unusual ingredients has become the holy grail for chefs around the country - and Tasmania is developing a reputation for being a rare food producer.
There is black garlic, purple potatoes, pint-sized seafood and strange kinds of seaweed just to name a few.
Source: ABC Online
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