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Sutherlandia Tea and seeds to plant in compostable container (90g)
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A BITTER-SWEET TONIC This bitter herb as licorice aftertaste and can be used as a health tea, in acholic infusions as a bitters or as an addition to cold cucumber and lemon sparkling water. A daring cook - as the home cooks in Kenhardt - will also use it as a pot herb. Careful though– this ancient tonic really is bitter. BUT with anti-stress, immune-regulatory, and anti-inflammatory properties it will leave you feeling wonderfully sweet. Traditionally it is used to assist treatment of stomach ailments, diabetes, colds and cancer. Some call it the “Quality of life tonic.” Preparation: A few tablespoons of leaves and steams are placed in 1L of cold water and brought to the boil. This infusion is then strained and kept as a liquid to add in small quantities (1tsp- 2TBS) to a cup tea or refreshing icy drink with cucumber, honey and lemon.
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Predator friendly Half lamb (9kg on average)
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You will receive the following portions in your half lamb: 1. Leg 2. Shoulder 3. Chops 4. Ribs 5. Stewing Lamb 6. Shanks Regeneratively produced and predator friendly, our sheep are herded by day to have desired impact on soil and kraaled by night where they are safe from predators we would otherwise have to eliminate. The herding achieves what the herds of the past that migrated en mass through the region: disturbing the soil to create habitats for seeds to collect, adding essential nutrients to the soil to enhance the germination of seeds, ensuring grass doesn't grow too long cutting off its own access to sunlight and thus life.
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Dried Brakslaai Leaves (100g)
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4 weeks ago

Dried Brakslaai Leaves (100g)

R60.00
Our local Ice Plant Salty-sour, crispy leaves The Arid Bushmanland region’s locally adapted Ice Plant is sourer than the Western Cape Variety. The taste is full bodied, bringing forth the essence of the karoo soil. Cooking inspiration: Crush and use in place of salt. Garnish vegetable roasts or hearty salads. Add to root vegetable crisps and serve as a snack.
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Blanched and Dried Salt Bush (100g)
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Locally known as soutbos The green-grey leaves have a salty, earthy flavour. It is widely used as a culinary herb in arid Australia where it originates from. It has been naturalised by farmers in South Africa as a nutritious livestock drought food. Cooking inspiration It is typically used to season lamb and also delicious sprinkled over roast veg; it can be tossed into stir fry.
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Wild Cucumber (500g)
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4 weeks ago

Wild Cucumber (500g)

R120.00
WILD CUCUMBER Locally fondly and simply called komkommer. It is in season from February to April. The bright green and juicy flesh is a little more lemony than its tamer relative. Like a gem concealed in it striped spikey skin. Cooking inspiration Cut in half across its breadth to easily scoop out the flesh It makes an absolutely delicious tzatziki, or is gorgeous in a salad, instantly packing them with dis-ease preventing nutrients.
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Haaskos (200g)
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2 months ago

Haaskos (200g)

R160.00
HAASKOS Name directly translates to Rabbit Food A delicate member of the mustard family, both its seeds and leaves have a peppery taste. The seeds have a sweet aftertaste. Cooking inspiration Rinse, remove leaves and seeds from stems Haaskos adds a special zing to a salad dressing, pesto or garnish and the right season, its delicate lilac flowers will add fine touch to your dish.
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Bushmanland Wild Rocket (200g)
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2 months ago

Bushmanland Wild Rocket (200g)

R80.00
WILD ROCKET (OUT OF SEASON) The green leaves are a good bit fierier than conventional rocket you see in many shops. This is due to their lower water intake. Cooking inspiration Rinse leaves Use these peppery leaves wherever you would ordinary rocket, in slightly less quantities – garnish your lemon sprinkled avo on toast; toss into your salad; combine with basil or coriander to make a pesto; top your pizza or pasta with the bright leaves.
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Bushmanland Wild Rosemary (200g)
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2 months ago

Bushmanland Wild Rosemary (200g)

R160.00
BUSHMANLAND WILD ROSEMARY locally known as Doringkapok Mild flavoured aromatic herb – somewhere between a thyme and rosemary. Cooking inspiration Remove leaves from stem. Or cook and discard stem after. Use as a bed to cook lamb; sprinkle leaves over roast vegetables; blend with buttery sweet potato mash; or mix in with your favourite bread dough.
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Brakslaai Leaves (500g)
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2 months ago

Brakslaai Leaves (500g)

R57.00
Our local Ice Plant. Succulent, crunchy, leaves with a fresh acidic taste. The Arid Bushmanland region’s locally adapted Ice Plant is sourer than the Western Cape Variety. The taste is full bodied, bringing forth the essence of the Karoo soil. Cooking inspiration: Rinse well and roughly chop any accompanying stems. Excellent addition to raw salsas or grain salads; use a whole raw leaf as a low carb cracker alternative, loaded up with spicy, creamy, or meat-based fillings; use lightly cooked in a stir fry; or as a spinach alternative. * Notes: the degree of acidity and notes of flavour vary by season. Don’t add salt. Scroll through product images for more info on brakslaai’s environmental impact and nutritional value.
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Brakslaai Leaves (1kg)
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2 months ago

Brakslaai Leaves (1kg)

R108.00
Our local Ice Plant. Succulent, crunchy, leaves with a fresh acidic taste. The Arid Bushmanland region’s locally adapted Ice Plant is sourer than the Western Cape Variety. The taste is full bodied, bringing forth the essence of the Karoo soil. Cooking inspiration: Rinse well and roughly chop any accompanying stems. Excellent addition to raw salsas or grain salads; use a whole raw leaf as a low carb cracker alternative, loaded up with spicy, creamy, or meat-based fillings; use lightly cooked in a stir fry; or as a spinach alternative. * Notes: the degree of acidity and notes of flavour vary by season. Don’t add salt. Scroll through product images for more info on brakslaai’s environmental impact and nutritional value.
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