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The Producers: Adam Bray (Westside Mushies) - Westside story

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Adam Bray (Westside Mushies) never dreamed of being a farmer, he never even had an interest in mushrooms, but late one night while scanning the internet he stumbled on a video that changed his life, and that of many South Australian chefs too.
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