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As part of our work a lot of what we do is shared through social media and it’s deemed normal to have a social presence. Is that to the detriment to the food we produce however? Do we put the ‘Instagamability’ of food above the actual taste of it and if so, is that a bad thing?

Best soundbite: “This is the losers podcast, the only people winning are the people listening.” – Mike Huttlestone

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