Eating local is nothing new. Torontonians will gladly buy their apples, corn, and peaches at a farmers market, delighting in the knowledge that it was all grown with care in Ontario's own green belt. But the city's more enterprising chefs have been taking the movement even further, to the hyper-local level, foraging their own greens and using flowers, stems, even soil as part of their dishes. The trend has been gaining speed and becoming downright mainstream. Don't feel like making a woodsy hike part of your grocery shopping? Here, the seven restaurants you can visit to get a taste of the foraging trend.
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