Tag Archives: local food

Slow Food presents the Serengeti Eat–in featuring Nguni Beef

Saturday 25th March 2017  |  12h00 – 17h00  |  Serengeti Golf & Wildlife Estate If you consider yourself as a ‘conscious consumer’, this event is for you. If you believe that biodiversity should be defended, join us. If you just love good food prepared by some of Gauteng’s best chefs, you have to be there. […]

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10 000 Gardens For Africa – Why not 10 000 For South Africa

With the past years drought, food security is severely threatened and the need to find ways of alleviating the plight of many thousands of poor and unemployed people should be the concern of us all.  The discovery that right on our doorstep many people are working to help themselves is a revelation and something Slow […]

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Questions to Ask When Choosing Food

Slow Food Johannesburg encourages its members to increase their efforts to become more educated and responsible consumers, or, co-producers by asking critical questions about where our food comes from, who produces it, where we shop, and with whom we choose spend our money. We have compiled some points for you to consider that affect not […]

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Garlic Harvest

Architect, Frenchman and boules player, Christophe Rolland has a plot between Magaliesburg and Rustenburg where he raises a few chickens, cows, ducks, grows veggies and garlic. The beautiful rose (or pink) garlic has been harvested already, but the elephant garlic is still in the ground. We will be visiting Christophe to walk around his small […]

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