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Now's the time to find out if Daily Dish will work for you

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From now until the end of April, Daily Dish, the online ingredient and recipe provider, is offering a R250 discount to those who sign up for one of their meal service choices, which are Classic, Low carb and Vegetarian.

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For those new to the concept, Daily Dish provides a weekly meal kit to people who are too busy to shop, yet want fresh ingredients, ethically sourced, along with precise recipes, to be delivered to home or office. Daily Dish has been providing four dinners per week,( each of which takes about 30 minutes to prepare from start to finish), to selected suburbs in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Pretoria for some time . They have just signed up with Fairview wine and cheese producer in Paarl to include some of ingredients – cheese, olive oil ,bakes, even wine, etc - in their kits. To give an example of what you get for your money, I looked at the Vegetarian option: For a meal kit for two, you would normally pay R610 a week, or R76 p/p per meal. Take R250 off that and the price becomes very tempting. Menu options change weekly, and you can see what you will get on their website www.dailydish.co.za/What’s On the Menu. At time of writing I would have received the makings of:- Corn fritters and bocconcini salsa, mushroom and basil linguine, veggie shepherd’s pie and halloumi with broccoli and sesame. For Cape Town based clients, the delivery area stretches from Cape Town to the southern peninsula, west to Melkbosstrand, and north to Paarl – but see exact areas on the website. For more info, visit their website and follow Daily Dish on Facebook (dailydishforyou).

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