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Our stunning new stainless steel bunny pendant is looking for a home around your neck, your wrist, on a key ring, to decorate your handbag.... A gift to you, or for a friend. A mere R150 ex p&p of R30
EFT or direct deposit to Beauty without Cruelty | Standard Bank - Branch: 025109 - Savings Acc: 077 491 645077 491 645
5 cards with envelopes, the inside says 'Season's Greetings', standard postal size for a mere R5.50 per pack! Limited stock, and at this price you can send to everyone, and use as a gift tag too.
SET OF SIX ASSORTED SWIZZLE STICKS
Six designs, 2 each in clear, black and white, always elegant yet fun! Perfect for those shakes, smoothies, mocktails and cocktails! Only R100 per pack.
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Due to popular demand we have re-printed the 'LIVING WITHOUT CRUELTY' COOKBOOK.
2nd edition now available at the original price! SOLD OUT
Beauty without Cruelty | Standard Bank - Branch: 025109 - Savings Acc: 077 491 645077 491 645
The book fee is still a mere R75 excl post and packaging!!
Meat consumption causes more suffering and death than any other human activity and is completely unnecessary. The inclusion of flesh foods is using up our water and land resources, polluting our planet and directly contributing to the starving of millions of people world wide as well as causing ill health through heart disease, cancer and more.
BWC felt that in order to make things easier for people considering changing their eating habits, a cookbook with locally available ingredients and with easy and often familiar recipes, albeit with a twist, was essential. Initially our first little booklet was in response to requests and the positive feedback ensured the already planned cookbook. To this end, all the recipes have been tried and in many cases, are firm household favourites of the author (myself) or the other contributors.
Thus we have 89 recipes that are easily within in the grasp of anyone familiar with the kitchen, and we have included information on certain items such as nutritional yeast flakes, tofu, protein, the newer ‘super food’s that are easily available such as goji berries and walnuts, information on the dairy industry, farming and more. We also offer a small selection of familiar food items that are animal ingredient free, most of which can be found at the local supermarket, a large pharmacy chain or health stores. Recipes have been included, by a few famous South Africans who eat with conscience and they also include their favourite quote with us.
This will be one of those books where the readers will try most of the recipes, and will be sure to dip into on a regular basis. from Mediterranean Baked peppers, Spiced Chickpea cake with roasted vegetables and Braaied Brinjal steaks to Chickpea and mushroom curry pancakes and Toni’s terrific fishless cakes, Cauliflower lemon sauce for pasta and Mushroom nut rolls to sweet endings like upside down Banana Loaf, Whiskey fudge and amazing chocolate cake, this book is sure to please.
Some recipes have been submitted by well known South Africans, including Patricia Glyn, intrepid traveller, author and speaker, Jo Day, SA’s queen of rock and Claire Johnston and John Ledyen, of Mango Groove.