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Recipes
August 9, 2019

Two biltong recipes to impress your father-in-law

Biltong, an all-time favourite South African snack, is a form of succulent and delicious dried and cured meat. Here are a few ways to spice up this traditional treat.
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Recipes
June 16, 2019

Bobotie recipes to warm your family’s hearts

This traditional South African dish is a hearty mixture of curried meat and fruit with a creamy golden-brown topping. Keep your loved ones snug with these delicious, sweet and savoury recipes.
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Recipes
August 10, 2018

5 mouth-watering biltong recipes

If you’re looking for a chewy and flavourful snack on the go, search no further than a South African favourite: biltong. Besides being delicious, biltong is lower in calories, and higher in nutritional value than other snacks like chips or chocolates. It has protein, is low in carbohydrates and fat, and is naturally gluten-free. It also has a reasonable amount of Vitamin B-12, which helps with healthy nerve cells and blood. What’s more; it can easily be taken to work or school as a snack. But don't limit yourself to snacking on this meaty treat: its rich taste makes biltong…
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Recipes
July 9, 2018

3 Proudly South African soup recipes

Soup is the go-to meal for those cold nights to keep you warm and cosy. How about adding a South African spin for wholesome goodness? Biltong soup You will need 1 tbsp of low-sodium beef stock powder. ½ cup of unsalted butter. 1 tsp of crushed garlic. ½ tsp of ground nutmeg. ½ tsp of ground coriander. 2 cups of milk. ¼ cup of boiling water. ¼ cup of cream. Black pepper. ¾ cup of finely grated biltong, plus extra slices to garnish. ¾ cup crumbled blue cheese. ¼ cup grated cheddar cheese. Method Dissolve the stock in a little…
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AsthmaNews
January 7, 2017

South African student creates breakthrough sensor for asthma

Take a slow, deep breath. Imagine holding a long straw; so thin that a toothpick wouldn't fit through it. Imagine clenching this thin straw between your lips without any leaks. Now try to breathe through that small opening between your pursed lips, using no more, and no less than the tiny gap. THIS is what asthma feels like, except an asthmatic can't control it, and – more often than not – they can't predict when the next attack will happen. Until now. (more…)
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