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Issue #3: Animals

For our third issue, Animals, we begin where we feel at home: around the fire. In Johannesburg, South Africa’s national pastime — the braai ­— is caught on film at a chesa nyama, while who gets what piece of the goat has already been decided at traditional slaughters in the Eastern Cape. We’ve possibly found the biggest burger in South Africa at a game farm (where else?) and we find out where on Earth monkey gland sauce got its name. There’s some travel too: eating through the Chinese zodiac in Taipei, and coming to terms with losing chicken in Bali.

In this issue we also go hunting…for mushrooms, we consider bugs on the menu and put microorganisms to work. We say goodbye to a beloved pet.

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Nguni goat facing to the right. Erasmuskloof, Eastern Cape, 17 October 2009
Fumbatha May
A Goat That Is A Cow That Is Speaking
Night Market in Taipei
Ambre Nicolson
Eating My Way Through The Chinese Zodiac
Chesa Nyama by Andile Buka
Andile Buka
“To Burn The Meat”
Anouck
Alix-Rose Cowie
Tuna Sandwiches
Chips Eggs Shoot
Chips!
An Egg Story
Cersei Lannister
Lyle Lackay
TV Drinking And Other Favourite Pastimes
Burger at Inkwenkwezi
Amber Rose Cowie
The Biggest Burger In South Africa?
Joshua De Kock
Holes
Losing Chicken by Andrew Kai
Matthew Freemantle
Losing Chicken
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Nkuli Mlangeni
A Playlist To Cook To: Izilwane
Chips Animal Vegetable Mineral
Chips!
Animal, Vegetable, Mineral?
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Terri De Sousa
Living Foods
Jessica Spiro
Tale Of An Ethical Eater
Alix-Rose Cowie
Nightingale
Sylvia McKeown
Feed Me, Seymour
South Africa Bunny Chows
Pravasan Pillay
My Wife And Bunny Chows
Chips!
Monkey Gland Sauce