On this rollercoaster of an episode, we're heading to the nation of South Africa to discover all there is to know about the elusive Bunny Chow! This could be one of the strangest dishes we've covered on the show and the story of it's conception is no doubt, one of great importance.Head over to our amazing website: www.whatthefoodpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/whatthefoodpodcastSay hello and suggest a dish for us to cover at: email@example.comThanks for listening!
Bunny Chow? What, who, how and now? Our need for Cooperative Food System change.
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**First Things First ** - This Quarantine life, is a bugger to Audio Recording. This episode sounds just like it really happened; Outside of the comfort of my normal recording studio; Origin Audio. You'll surely hear the difference, but will love the outcome nonetheless. Thanks for listening. - Yolanda.******Some folks would have us believe cooperative food networks, independently organised and sustained community food distribution systems and circular economies around food, will only come as a result of a post-COVID 19 world. Well, this episode will surely put that notion to test! What a joy to chat with Urban Farmer, Iming Lin @meusefarm, co-founder @foodflowza about their initiative to deliver food parcels to needy families, thanks to the help of other local growers and @Oxfam in South Africa. Our chat inspired looking into regenerative food systems and farming, food sovereignty kitchens like the one begun by Vishwas Satgar of South African Food Sovereignty Campaign. And "Coops" or Cooperative farming and land management practices, established successfully, like Rustler's Valley and Naledi Farmers Cooperative in Free State, South Africa, Co-Founded by Gino Govender. We've even got a new sponsor this season! Hot damn!!! @impactAmplifier check them out. They're Kwwwaaaaaai!Please subscribe, share 'n enjoy! And if you like our music, enjoy the playlist here.Let me know you like the show. Comment @BeeThereDoThat or email me. I love getting your emails - Yolanda@prosperityfood.coCome. Catch a buzz with me. I'm your host, Yolanda Busbee Methvin@beetheredothat Support the show (http://paypal.me/YolandaMethvin)
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with Nathan Clemente, Henry Jeong, and Olivier Champagne Food is often an overlooked topic by many historians; indeed, for something that we can’t live without, many people take it for granted. Have you ever wondered how your favourite dishes came into being? Or how certain foods and ingredients have moved around the world? This podcast will discuss the history of the South African dish Bunny Chow, and in turn examine the larger picture of food mobility. Bunny Chow, a dish with local form of curry inside carved loaf of bread, is a reflection of transcultural fusion that occurs when a diasporic community meets the host community and its peoples. It is a reflection of necessary measures taken to get around the issues posed during the Apartheid,and also the symbol of solidarity among labourers of Indian and African backgrounds.