June 8th is World Oceans Day, and what better way to celebrate than by joining the Oceaneers for the screening of the Oscar-winning documentary, My Octopus Teacher.
In this week’s Lockdown Life I chat to Garth Tavares, AKA The Cape Town Vegan.
Garth Tavares, also known as the Cape Town Vegan, is a busy musical theatre lecturer, piano man and voice coach who uses social media to document his ‘perfectly imperfect’ vegan life in Cape Town.
Meet climate activist Rhian Berning who shares her passion for living a greener life
I popped in to the Vegan Lifestyle Fair and chatted to vegan ayurveda cook Michelle from Indikaap Vegan Ayurveda. She was making fresh dosa – fermented rice pancakes – and filling them with coconut chutney and vegetables. Served with a ‘soup’ or sauce that you dip your dosa into. So delicious.
Words cannot describe the new jackfruit burger at Nourish’d in Obs because it’s called the Jack Me Off Burger. Ahem
What’s your favourite cafe? Nourish’d Cafe in Obs was recently voted the 13th most Instagrammable cafe …. in …. the …. world. So let’s have some fun and vote for our own most Instagrammable cafes in Cape Town – they must be sustainable, eco-conscious and visually pleasing. Let’s go!
Chance encounters are always the best ones – as I discovered when I went to a summer tasting of the plant-based menu at The Courtyard Cafe in Kalk Bay and got up to some #badinfluence
If you’re a vegan in Cape Town looking for a feel-good restaurant I highly recommend Nourish’d in Lower Main Road, Observatory.
Natasha Ozora from Nourish’d Cafés and Juice bars in Cape Town shares her green route in Cape Town.