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Weekend Herald - Canvas - - CONTENTS - SARAH DANIELL sarah. daniell@ nzher­ald. co. nz

There is noth­ing on our cover this week that you couldn’t eat. Ex­cept pos­si­bly the pa­per it’s printed on. Each el­e­ment in the shot is edi­ble, in­clud­ing the nas­tur­tium, onion flower, bay leaves, taru haunga (fen­nel) and tuangi (cock­les) for the shore­line, plus the shim­mer­ing ihe or takeke (piper) for the sea, and the salt that makes the hori­zon. The shell­fish and fish we chose are on the “most sus­tain­able” list. Also for­ag­ing this week is Annabel Langbein, who has de­li­cious recipes us­ing, among other wild herbs, puha (wa­ter­cress). Kim Knight writes bril­liantly about a most press­ing is­sue: the fu­ture of fairy bread, Greg Bruce — a ce­real of­fender — pours his love all over por­ridge. But nowhere in read­ing this, must you feel “food guilt” See De­laney Mes’ story on the lat­est in­dus­try im­per­a­tive to “get” to you, over your food de­sires. Eat, read and be merry.

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