Have ever seen sea foam?

Have ever seen sea foam?

If you look at ocean water in a clear glass, you’ll see that it’s not clear but full of tiny particles. Seawater contains dissolved salts, proteins, fats, dead algae, detergents and other pollutants. If you shake this glass of ocean water vigorously, small bubbles will form on the surface of the liquid.

Sea foam forms under similar conditions – but on a much grander scale – when storms roll in and the ocean is agitated by wind and waves. The creation of sea foam can occur often in gargantuan proportions.

Insect Ice cream – would you try it?

Insect Ice cream – would you try it?


Gourmet Grubb is a Cape Town-based business that has made international headlines for producing ice-cream made out of insect milk. The name EntoMilk™  comes from the term entomophagy, which is the practice of eating insects. The milk is made from sustainably farmed insects, specifically Black Soldier Fly Larvae. Needless to say, this is considered to be significantly more environmentally friendly than the traditional farming of dairy cows. We chat to the product developer, Leah Bessa.

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Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • Has made its way on international news sites
  • Co-founder and head product development
  • Full of nutrients made from insect larvae
  • Can you used as a milk alternative
  • Take us through the process
  • Insects as an alternative source of protein
  • It has been quite a journey
  • At the beginning
  • It’s very fatty
  • So delicious
  • We worked on the experiments
  • EntoMilk™  ice-cream
  • We use only raw ingredients
  • No preservatives or stabilizers
  • Alternative protein sources
  • The population is grown at such a rapid rate
  • Conventional farming can’t keep up
  • Without producing green house gases
  • Land space
  • A multi step approach
  • One of the many options
  • Now it’s time to put the EntoMilk™  ice cream to the test
  • This is really good
  • We want to expand our production
  • Shipping ice cream is not as easy as one would think
  • Corporate events
  • We are catering to people’s wants and desires



Get closer #2

Get closer #2

songs from a room

Sofar gig is an intimate show held in an unique venue, like someone’s living room or an antique shop. It typically features three artists, playing four songs each. Every lineup is specially curated to give our audiences a diverse show. Get closer HERE

Manny Walters is a distinct South African Singer-Songwriter with influences rooted deeply in rhythm and blues, rock , and soul music. Manny may describe his sound as ‘electric rhythm & blues/garage soul’, but, whatever designation you choose to apply, one thing is clear – Manny Walters is imbued with an intuitive and instinctive musicality that is rare indeed in its authenticity and gravitas. Influenced by Richie Havens, Prince, Nina Simone, Marvin Gaye, Tracy Chapman and Sly Stone. Follow Manny HERE

Down South

Down South

  [Jeremy Loops]

Jeremy Hewitt, (born 4 March 1984), known by his stage name Jeremy Loops, is a South African  singer and songwriter.

Down South

I didn’t want to, to leave you down south
When I said that I will call you, squeeze you a little bit of love
I didn’t want to but it’s good to see you
Tell me how you’re doing
I didn’t want to, to leave you down south
When I said that I will call you, squeeze you a little bit of love
I didn’t want to

And in the light of day
I didn’t know this
And everything she was
I didn’t show this
And in the light of day
I didn’t know you
But I wanted you to stay and I didn’t wanna go
I wouldn’t take it away from you, no no

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