Author Mpho Tshukudu( Integrative dietitian with an interest in African indigenous and heritage foods & Pilates instructor ) and Anna Trapido (an experienced food writer and culinary anthropologist) recipes inspired an African odyssey into childhood dishes, humble dishes that spoke of your upbringing , but also the treasure that you had no idea were hidden in those home cooked meals your mother or grandma used to prepare. This cookbook is the essence of African cooking, nourished by the eco-system and tradition.

Quality of the recipes

Eat.Ting is consist of a range of recipes with African flavours, offering a choice between traditional and modern; all done with a healthy spin which seems effortless, delicious and presented incredibly. The book will introduce you to the two incredible authors, beautiful stories and anecdotes, talk you through some problems you may have experienced in your healthy eating journey and present you with decadent food alternatives that will change your life and your families.

Eat.Ting will become your cooking goldmine filled with ancient food treasures that will always be on rotation through time. Get yourself a copy today.

Find below an interview with Integrative dietitian with an interest in African indigenous and heritage foods , Pilates instructor and co-author of Eat Ting – Mpho Tshukudu.

https://lishe.podbean.com/mf/play/kpxain/Mpho_Interview.m4a



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