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Australia's new wave cooking has long been admired in the English-speaking world, and now it seems chefs from the land of haute cuisine are finally waking up to its uninhibited charms.David Toutain, touted as one of France's best young chefs, also stopped off in Australia during a world tour last year."I had heard other chefs talking, and I wanted to see what was going on down there," said the chef, whose self-named restaurant opened in December in Paris.It was a "great" decision, he said, adding that he came upon "extraordinary" ideas in a country where some chefs are even working with native ingredients used in aboriginal cooking for some 60,000 years.Last week, some of Australia's top chefs came to Paris to cook at the ninth Omnivore festival, an annual event that brings chefs from around the world to show off their stuff in 35-minute "master classes". Australian chefs have been influenced by food from all over the world.
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