Move over, chocolate and vanilla. If Vic Cherikoff is right, wattleseed will soon rank as a similarly important “world flavor.” Cherikoff, cookbook author, chef and co-host of the Australian television show “Dining Down Under,” is widely credited with being one of the major influences in popularizing wattleseed and other native Australian foods by making these ingredients available commercially. When roasted and ground, wattleseed, which comes from acacia trees in South Australia, has a ...
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