The Kula Blog

Green is the new Black

Spring Harvest Lunch on the Kula farm

Says Phindile Sithole-Spong: “Ever since I started cooking professionally, I’ve been looking for that one thing that gave my food meaning beyond filling someone’s stomach. Cut to a few months ago when I met Nonku from Kula Organics. An organic farmer who was working with other local organic farmers producing seasonal, organic fruit and veg […]

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Winter is coming…

With this ‘Game of Herbs’, you don’t have to worry about getting sick all the time. I’ve been using fresh herbs for a short while to try and heal myself and I am happy to say that in that time, I have not been to the doctor or pharmacy. So, I just had to share… […]

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I started growing my own food and it turned into more than just a new business

Edible gardens are trending but I wanted to eat more consciously and save money on groceries. Here’s what happened.

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