Fields Mag Issue 3 – Food
This issue is our african way of enjoying food, not much talking but lot of mouth watering photographs and recipes. Let’s meet later and talk about it!
Essie Bartels with a line of sauces and spices called Essiespice, this culinary entrepreneur began cooking alongside her mother and grandmother.
Pregs Govender, south african human rights and anti-apartheid activist gives us an insight on seeds ownership.
Tuleka Prah, with her African Food Map, she is putting together a trusted reference point for popular African recipes.
Nargisse Benkabbou, author of My Moroccan Food shares tasty traditional moroccan recipes with a twist.
Beautiful interview of our here, eco-chef and food justice activist Bryant Terry.
And a lot lot more!
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