Little tunny. The little tunny is a handsome fish with black scribble patterns on its back. It has a robust, torpedo-shaped body built for powerful swimming and it has no swim bladder. The mouth is large, the lower jaw slightly protruding past the upper jaw. The flesh of the little tuna is darker and stronger tasting than that of the other large tunas. It is marketed fresh, dried, canned, smoked, or frozen. It is often caught on hook and line near reefs.
Sausages made from pork or lamb meat mixed with pork fat and flavoured with spices and herbs, including coriander (US: cilantro). The mixture is moistened with vinegar or wine before packing into casings. They are served grilled.
Nara nut. A seed about the size of a large melon seed from the nara melon,This is an unpromising, low-growing, spiny, cactus-like shrub growing along the coast of south west Africa through Namibia. Both the fruit and the seeds are edible. The ripe fruits are eaten raw and are prized for their high water content. The pulp can be scraped out and squeezed to obtain a potable liquid. The seeds, or nuts, are dried and used for making flour or eaten as they are, like almonds or cooked into a brown pulp and layed out to dry. In its dry form it is eaten as a sort of fruit leather or jerky, a sort of vegetable version of biltong.