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#1: slow food

In this month's issue of our free monthly 'zine, read about the stories behind the products and makers featured in this month's drop, along with:

- Verity's seasonal recipe of the month: nettle kimchi made with foraged nettles and London honey

- In conversation with: Lynsey and Lindsay from Fish Island's newest and most welcoming community restaurant, INIS

- Members recommend: the film, book and gig you need to check out this month, according to members of The Drop Buying Club

  • white mausu founder

    Katie from WHITE MAUSU

    Katie's condiments, inspired by her childhood in Hong Kong, have taken the foodie world by storm. Michelin-starred chef Marcus Wareing says they're "incredible", while Michel Roux Jr said they are his desert island ingredient.

    Shop White Mausu

  • Harry from Harry's Nut Butter

    While working as a chef at Fumbally cafe, Harry experimented with mixing spices into the house nut butter. His customers lost their minds when they tried them, pleading him to bottle it up so that they could take it home.

    Shop Harry's Nut Butter

  • botivo founder

    Sam from BOTIVO

    Sam has has been crafting drinks for 20 years, and was hand-picked to create all the drinks for the Royal Wedding in 2018. He now spends his time perfecting Botivo, a delicious non-alcoholic botanical made in small batches.

    Shop Botivo

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