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Episode 13: Raymond Blanc in Paris, Compassion in World Farming and How to Make Kimchi

This month, we hear why what we eat can save the world’s wild life and meet up with Raymond Blanc in Paris to get his recommendations on where to eat out. We find out how good digestion can improve health with expert, Tim Spector and discover how to make kimchi, the fermented food that’s taking the world by storm. Plus we pop in to Borough Plates, the pop up at London’s famous Borough Market, and get some tips for some quality Easter treats

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