Stephanie Alexander & growing the next generation
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She hopped a ship to France when she was a young girl and spent years travelling and experiencing what life had to offer. Then, when Stephanie Alexander finally came back to Australia with an unexpected boyfriend and the wind in her sails, she changed the way this country eats. Now she’s setting her sights on the way children learn where their food comes from and how best to teach them to grow and make their own meals with the ‘Kitchen Garden Foundation’. She chats to Gary Mehigan about a life well lived.
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