Foraging: Local edibles that grow with wild abandon around us

20 January 2016 - 02:38
By Ishay Govender-Ypma

At the Studio in Main Road, Kalk Bay, an unexpected art installation is spread across a weathered table. Fat, succulent soutslaai, cerise num nums [Natal wild plums], little kei apples, stalks of wild garlic, spekboom leaves, feathery confetti bush, bitterbessies and an array of other indigenous plants are neatly arranged in a row beside labels.

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