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Chefs-in-training learn for Kelowna culinary masters

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This year, the Canadian Culinary Federation launched a new program for chefs-in-training across Canada. For the first time, Junior members of the federation could apply to take part in a chef exchange program

The Okanagan is hosting the first group of exchange student chefs. Four culinary up-and-comers from different corners of the country are in town training with local chefs.

The idea behind the exchange is to introduce chefs to different foods and cooking styles from various regions.

Kim Knourek is in her second year apprenticeship under a chef in Regina, Saskatchewan, and spoke with Daybreak host, Chris Walker.
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