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In this insightful gem, journalist and life coach Wanda Hennig writes wisely, hilariously and sometimes poignantly about sex and food; living for three-and-a-half years at the San Francisco Zen Center; moving solo from one continent to another; meditation; creative mindfulness strategies and more. Cravings: A Zen-inspired memoir about sensual pleasures, freedom from dark places, and living and eating with abandon (Say Yes Press). Edition Two (Mouth Orgasm edition) published August 2017 (ISBN 9780996820523 paperback; ISBN 9780996820523 eBook).

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Foraging at Durban’s eclectic markets

Submitted by on July 5, 2019 – 5:43 am
Early Morning Trader Romila Chetty
Smiley Durban market
Nomcebo Thembu, a 10-year market veteran, says she might boil the sheep heads (smileys). Photo Wanda Hennig
Spices mixed with love, darling. Tender cow cheeks. Real chickens. Sold live. Hot tips on habanero from a cool chilli sage. Recipes on the fly for Mozambique crab curry, a prawn-stuffed rock cod, and smileys ready to prep and serve up Soweto-style. The historic Early Morning Market. The Seafood and Meat market. The Victoria Street spice market. The Bovine Head Market. Durban still does food markets best. Read my full story Foraging at Durban’s eclectic markets in The Daily Maverick.

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