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The Cookbook in Support of the United Nations

Ben contributed his now famous Kakadu water lily inspired recipe.

Three years ago, our founder Ben Tyler got a call from New York. Thinking it was a prank call, he ignored it. But feeling curious, Ben called back. That phone call turned into this beautiful collaboration book, ‘The Cookbook in Support of the United Nations’, in which Ben contributed his now famous Kakadu water lily inspired recipe.

Thank you Earlene Cruz from Kitchen Connection for the honour of being invited to part of this incredible project for a better healthier world for people and planet. We are thankful to our Ancestors, family, friends and supporters for always guiding us in the right direction.

KAMAK!

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