Category Archives: Sustainable Food

Smarter Seafood Choices with SASSI

South African people love seafood, it is part of our heritage and contributes to the livelihoods of many. Over the years, seafood in South Africa has also become ultra-trendy as it is deemed the healthier choice, is high in omegas … Continue reading

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Do you know what’s in season?

It’s spring time and there is an abundance of local fresh produce available! There are loads of benefits of buying in season, rather than importing foreign or artificially growing out of season produce.

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The Spier Secret Festival – Embracing Ethical Food and Wine

What’s the big deal with Chenin Blanc you ask? Heading to Spier on October 26th for the annual Secret Festival will reveal the answer.The Star of the day will be the Chenin Blanc Association’s Expo, which will provide the opportunity … Continue reading

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The Origin of Coffee – From Plantation to Mug

Each time you sit back in your chair, with a nice hot cup of coffee, you are consuming one of the most power-laden commodities in the world. You are also sipping a product which has come on an incredible journey … Continue reading

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The Wild Oats Community Farmers’ Market on the Garden Route

Do you ever think about where products come from as you purchase them? Who toiled out in the fields to bring you those fresh vegetables and what went into that jar to give the jam that taste and texture? At … Continue reading

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Meat Free Monday Stuffed Pepper Recipe

Stuffed bell peppers, known variously as bharvan mirch (India), pimientos rellenos (Spain), and filfil mahshi (Middle East), as well as numerous other local names, make a popular dish which is served in almost all corners of the globe.  While the … Continue reading

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Everyone Wins with Graham Beck Wines

Graham Beck Wines is offering 2 full sets of The Game Reserve range to 2 lucky Dining-OUT fans. To stand a chance to win, leave a comment on the Graham Beck Competition post on our facebook page telling us which … Continue reading

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Foodie Things to do in Joburg: Market-on-Main

The Maboneng Precinct in Johannesburg is an up and coming hub for Joburg creatives and design fiends. The Market-on-Main, is an established hub for hard-to-please foodies. The market happens every Sunday from 10am to 3pm and on the first Thursday … Continue reading

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3 Scrumptious Egg Recipes to Make with Leftovers

The week has gotten away with you, the pantry cupboards are a little bare, your cooking imagination is at zero and you are hungry. After sifting through the odd cans in the cupboard and leftovers in the fridge you are … Continue reading

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Six great Restaurants in the SASSI Seafood Circle

Eat with a clear conscience – support restaurants that do good! This exclamation could be applied to a range of restaurants doing a range of ‘good’ things, however, what this article is about, is those restaurants that support sustainable seafood. … Continue reading

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