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How veganism inspired Shaun Robertson to leave the fashion world
Cape Town-based vegan food photographer, food stylist, and co-owner of Vegan Goods Market, Shaun Robertson lived and breathed fashion for 22 years. But after graduating from the Cape Peninsula University ...
How to shop safely and sustainably for groceries during lockdown
Twyg chatted to three local grocers and the Head of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Cape Town to clear a few COVID-19 and grocery questions up for us. ...
Tried and Tested: 4 Fresh Food Deliveries
These tried and tested local Cape Town food brands are perfect to kickstart your lockdown level 4. With the press of a button, you can have fresh tasty treats at ...
Make it Better: Will veganism save the world?
We need an overhaul of how we eat and how we farm. Industrial animal agriculture is inhumane and morally reprehensible. It also contributes to global warming and is a leading ...
Nude Foods, a Cape Town zero waste store turns one
Nude Foods, the zero waste store in Cape Town’s CBD, turned one last week. We’re delighted to have the store in town! Since it first opened its doors at 5 ...
Peter Templehoff infuses exotic flavours into old favourites
What: Lunch tasting menu Where: Greenhouse at the Cellars-Honenhort Hotel in Constantia (021 481-1948) How much: R1200 for a seven-course meal including wine (R850 excluding wines) Service: Excellent: unobtrusive and professional. ...
Top Cape chefs consider sustainability integral to their businesses
Peter Templehoff’s spring lunch menu doesn’t feature cockroach or flies. Yet. For now, the menu is everything you’d expect from one of the country’s top restaurants. Peter’s Greenhouse offering is ...
Review: The Modern Cook’s Year by Anna Jones
Food is undergoing intense scrutiny. One reason is we are becoming increasingly concerned about our health and what we put into our bodies. Besides the nasty toxins we’ve become aware ...
If you want to eat clean and green, is the future halaal?
When Muslims from India and Pakistan began arriving in the United Kingdom in large numbers in the 1960s, they imported two anxieties common to immigrants: what to eat, and where ...
Our zero waste heroes show us how to lighten up
You would have heard of the zero waste movement by now. The “priestess of waste-free living” Bea Johnson, a French woman in America, toured South Africa a year ago to ...
Chitter-chatter about conscious food
Stop eating prawns. Now. A dish of grilled prawns with garlic butter is one of life’s luxuries. But it comes at a price. Not only will the dish of prawns ...
Mount Nelson Wasted! lunch
Waste not, want more at the Belmond Mount Nelson
A five-course meal made from food that otherwise would have ended up in a dirt bin or the hotel’s worm farm, proves that that there is no such thing as ...
ABALOBI: the app that gets sustainable fish from small-scale fishers to your plate
Bistro1682 in the Constantia is the first restaurant to try the app and says that the number of people ordering fish to eat has skyrocketed. ...
Hannerie Visser is designing food for a much drier future
Studio H has been exploring the future of food: the how and what we might be eating if we become more efficient as resources become scarcer. We sat down with ...

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