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Slow Meat Durban Eat-in Featuring Zulu Mutton

Sunday 31st July 2016 12h00 – 16h00 Durban Country Club Following on the success of last years Beef event, Slow Meat returns this year with another exciting event featuring indigenous mutton. 10 KZN celebrity chefs cooking 10 different cuts Comparative tasting between Zulu and commercially grown mutton. 12 artisan producers selling handcrafted products and fresh produce […]

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Pomegranate Provenance

First mentioned in ancient egypt the pomegranate has been part of our cuisine for thousands of years. We have discovered an organic pomegranate farm right on our doorstep! Join us at the ganico pomegranate farm, muldersdrift, right next door to casalinga and opposite garden world we will have a walk and talk through the orchards […]

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Slow Meat – 100 000 years of African heritage

Evening all  Just a quick reminder of our AGM next week.  We still have space if you would like to share the evening with us. For more than 100 000 years Southern Africa has provided both the hunter and the hunted.  It’s not surprising that meat plays such an integral role in our daily lives, so […]

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Slow Food AGM – Thrusday 26th May – Groundbreaking year ahead

It’s time for our AGM once again and we have some big announcements and some even bigger plans ahead. So much has been achieved in the last 12 months and there is so much more to do.  South Africa is pioneering a new direction for Slow Food due to be launched at Terra Madre in Turin later this year.  We would like to share […]

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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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The Special Value of Food Markets

In the last thirty years, food companies and supermarkets have succeeded in bringing down the price of food, when measured as a percentage of workers’ earnings. The downside has been a devastating effect on available variety due to the small and craft products not being as easily available in shopping malls. Following that an unnecessary […]

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