The Stellenbosch Slowmarket . . .

Slow Food: an international movement promoting an alternative to fast food. It strives to preserve traditional and regional cuisine and encourages farming of plants, seeds and livestock characteristic of the local ecosystem.

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The Stellenbosch (Cape Town, Western Cape) Slowmarket builds itself on the concept of Slow Food – fresh produce, from the ground up. Held at the historical Oude Libertas every Saturday from 09h00 to 14h00, the Slowmarket offers you everything from dairy to meat, to gluten free treats, organic fruit and veg and the most delicious sweet treats. Go there hungry – not only can you ultimately get a full meals from tasters alone, there are some amazing breakfast and lunch stalls serving up burgers, sandwiches, salads, smoothies, cool-drinks and, of course, cocktails.

For more information or information on special markets coming up, you can visit www.slowmarket.co.za or phone 021-8868514. Here are a few snaps of the market . . .

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IMG_2843Previously posted on Dearworldtravel.com

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