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. But his true favourite meal is a mark of his fussy eater nature, and nature is a key component itself. Charles' ideal meal is a wild mushroom risotto with lamb - which does actually sound quite nice - but he's very particular about one ingredient - fresh mushrooms from his own estate.
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While walking through this favourite meal, former royal chef Darren McGrady described Charles as a “foodie” and someone who was truly ahead of the curve when it came to filling the palace kitchens with organic food. “He was into organic farming 30 years ago, before it was even invented, I think,” McGrady said. He's even been spotted gathering mushrooms on the grounds of Balmoral, which he chose to do instead of accompanying the rest of the family on a hunt. Charles has been described as "fiercely protective" of the mushrooms grown on Royal estates. In 2010 his security guards even confiscated some grub innocently picked by two bewildered pensioners.
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