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  1. Awc - Kapenta, 400gx5

    Matemba are very small dried fish from Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe. They are a good and a reasonably priced source of protein. Zimbabweans serve them with Sadza (pap) and veggies. Kapenta can either be fried, stewed or cooked with peanut butter.
    7000784
    $21.23
  2. Miami Mango Atchaar Mild, 400g

    Miami Mango Atchaar Mild 400g
    7000704
    $5.92
  3. Awc - Kapenta, 250gx8

    Matemba are very small dried fish from Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe. They are a good and a reasonably priced source of protein. Zimbabweans serve them with Sadza (pap) and veggies. Kapenta can either be fried, stewed or cooked with peanut butter.-->
    7000782
    $19.93
  4. Matmark Kapenta, 100g

    Kapenta are small dried fish usually dried in the sun on a clean surface such as concrete slabs, rocks or netting. Drying on racks gives the best results. Drying takes one day or more, depending on the weather. In Zimbabwe dried kapenta fish are shallow fried with onions, tomatoes and goundnut powder. They are eaten with traditional staple meal called sitshwala/sadza.
    7000810
    $1.39
  5. Awc - Kapenta, 500g

    Matemba are very small dried fish from Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe. They are a good and a reasonably priced source of protein. Zimbabweans serve them with Sadza (pap) and veggies. Kapenta can either be fried, stewed or cooked with peanut butter.
    7000785
    $5.34
  6. Pack Pickles Mixed Veg Pickle, 385g

    Pack Pickles Mixed Veg Pickle 385g
    7000705
    $8.88
  7. Awc - Kapenta, 400g

    Matemba are very small dried fish from Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe. They are a good and a reasonably priced source of protein. Zimbabweans serve them with Sadza (pap) and veggies. Kapenta can either be fried, stewed or cooked with peanut butte
    7000783
    $4.33
  8. Buffet Olives Green, 200g

    Buffet Olives Green 200g
    7000703
    $2.67
  9. Awc - Kapenta, 1kg

    Matemba are very small dried fish from Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe. They are a good and a reasonably priced source of protein. Zimbabweans serve them with Sadza (pap) and veggies. Kapenta can either be fried, stewed or cooked with peanut butter.
    7000780
    $12.27
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