So it makes sense that we're pretty good at them. But every once in a while we like to show off a bit and crank the discount percentage allllll the way up.
Today is one of those days.
More than 175 products. At up to 75% off.
You know the phrase "a mixed bag of tricks"? Well, we've put together a mixed "bag" of books. Choose any three books for just R199!
1. Beer Safari: Exploring Craft Beer in SA: Following the success of African Brew, the first-ever book to showcase the South African craft beer scene, beer-centric author Lucy Corne is back with a second homage to hops and grain.
Beer Safari takes readers on a journey through the microbreweries of South Africa, stopping to chat to each brewer along the way. The book is laid out geographically to assist the reader in planning his or her own beer safari. Look out for the ‘Big Five Pints’ – the author’s pick of the very best South African craft beers. There is also space for beer aficionados to scribble their own tasting notes alongside each brewery’s beer menu. Beer Safari is the only South African beer book whose author has, in person, visited every one of the 100-plus breweries to get the brewers’ stories, photograph their often-quirky brewing setups and of course, to taste their beers. Peppered between the inspiring tales of passionate brewers, are snippets of essential beer knowledge – ideal for the ‘beginner’ – alongside checklists that will appeal to newbie beer drinkers and veterans alike. Whether readers are looking for family-friendly beery weekends away, the cutest brewpubs with the finest views or a list of where to go for South Africa’s hoppiest ales, Beer Safari is a comprehensive and user-friendly guide. The directory showcases everything needed to continue the beer journey – for those who prefer to enjoy other people’s wares, there are recommendations for liquor stores and bars offering a supreme selection of beer. Those who yearn to brew their own will find information on homebrewing stores, courses and clubs throughout the country. Written in Corne’s signature light-hearted style, and with a fresh, vibrant design, Beer Safari perfectly captures the exciting and unpretentious nature that characterises the South African craft beer scene.
2. Crocheted Throws & Wraps: Fill your home with splashes of colour with any of these 25 beautiful throws, blankets and wraps. Whether you want to make a lovely quilt to pass down to your children or a fireside blanket for winter nights, you’ll be sure to find a project to cherish as you transform your yarn into a wonderful range of designs from this stunning collection. All the information you need is here, with charts, detailed instructions and photographs. The designs have been created with simplicity in mind, so even novice crocheters will be able to produce exquisite pieces in no time at all.
3. Flower Loom Blooms: Most needle-crafters will have bags of unused yarn and thread of various types lying about. Flower Loom Blooms shows you how to turn spare yarn into fabulous floral decorations that can be used for a multitude of projects. Flower looming is simple, quick and fun. There are detailed instructions for making 30 different flowers - including a chart, written instructions and a large colour photograph. The flowers can be used straight off the loom or you can crochet around them to create beautiful floral motifs. Each of the designs can be used on its own as an embellishment, or they can be joined together to make a wide variety of items. Author Haafner Linssen provides five inspirational ideas with full instructions. The book includes all the know-how required to make your own flowers, including advice on yarn and colour selection, as well as step-by-step looming and crochet techniques.
4. Fout by ons Sterre: Die oorspronklike Engelse roman – The Fault in Our Stars – is ’n internasionale blitsverkoper waarvan ook ’n baie suksesvolle rolprent gemaak is. Die bekende skrywer en kunstenaar, Tinus Horn, het die boek op ’n sensitiewe manier in Afrikaans vertaal as Die fout by ons sterre. Ondanks die mediese wonderwerk wat gewasse laat krimp en vir haar ’n paar jaar koop, stuur Hazel se lewensverhaal op die einde af; haar diagnose het die inhoud van die laaste hoofstuk bepaal. Maar wanneer ’n uiters aantreklike omwenteling met die naam Augustus Waters by die kankerondersteuningsgroep vir kinders instap, word Hazel se storie van voor tot agter herskryf. Rou, dapper, oneerbiedig en vol insig, Die fout by ons sterre is tot dusver die bekroonde skrywer John Green se mees ondernemende en hartroerende roman, waarin hy die lagwekkende, asembenewende en tragiese aard van die lewe en liefde skitterend verken.
5. Handmade Gifts from the Kitchen HB: Handmade Gifts from the Kitchen is a delightful gift in itself, as well as a beautiful collection of culinary gift ideas for you to make and bake at home for friends and family. Indulgent fudge, warming liqueurs, spicy chutneys, sweet and crumbly homemade biscuits... the list goes on. A jar of your favourite preserves or a box of homemade truffles is a delightful way to say thank you to someone special, or for Christmas or birthdays, or indeed for any celebration whatever time of the year. Full of love and originality, the recipes are a pleasure to create and wrap as well as to give. Each recipe has a guide for how long it takes to prepare and make, and the introduction to each offers ideas on how to use it or adapt it for any occasion. There is a myriad of ideas for wrapping the gifts in a stunning and stylish way, so that every gift is unique.
Contents: Introduction; Baked with love; Sweets for my sweet; Something for the store cupboard; From the garden; The delights of chocolate; A savoury treat; Raise a glass; Small but perfectly formed; Gifts for the cook; Making containers; Index; Templates.
6. Home Food from My Kitchen: Building on the success of her two previous books, and in support of her TV series, ‘Sarah Graham’s Food Safari’, Home. Food from my Kitchen encapsulates cooking throughout southern Africa.
Within the standard cookbook format of Brunch, Salads, Soups, Snacks, Meat, Poultry, Pasta, Seafood, Desserts and Baking, she presents food that is simple but beautiful, delicious and healthy. Most of the dishes can be prepared as easily outdoors as in your kitchen, and the recipes will work for family meals as well as casual dining with friends. The blog-themed writing style engages readers, while stories and personal anecdotes offer some insight into the inspiration behind the recipes. Traditional South African favourites are given a modern makeover and readers are introduced to some less-familiar dishes from Zimbabwe, Zambia and Mozambique. Sarah loves to use her friends and family around the world as testers and tasters, so hesitant cooks can be assured that all her recipes really do work!
7. Homebrewer's Problem Solver: Real ale and other craft beers have become increasingly popular over the past few years, and as a result more people have been compelled to try making their own homebrew. With a range of equipment and guidance now readily available, home-brewing is more accessible than ever. However, while the actual concept behind making beer is simple – add water to barley to create and extract sugar, add hops while boiling, cool, then feed to yeast – the execution can at times seem complex and confusing. The key to bridging the gap between brewing in theory and practice is being able to spot the signs of trouble and know how to respond. Whether the reader is a first-timer trying out a new hobby or an old hand looking to produce a finely crafted artisan ale, The Home-brewer’s Problem Solver provides the information needed to nip problems in the bud and to avoid them in the first place. It contains 100 common home-brew snags and setbacks, spelling out the underlying causes and offering practical solutions. Each key stage of the brewing process is tackled with accompanying photographs, practical tips and useful insights. Contents: The basics, Ingredients, Mashing/steeping, Boiling, Fermentation, Packaging, Equipment, Finished beer.
8. I Wonder Who?: We all know what enquiring minds young children have – particularly about the world around them, and the constant questions that follow. I Wonder Who? answers some of the questions they’re bound to ask about the creatures they’re likely to see in the garden, park or veld. It’s designed to pose the question on one spread with illustrated clues, giving them the opportunity to answer or guess, and only after the page is turned is the answer revealed.
Charmingly illustrated by the author herself, I Wonder Who? will be a delight for little ones.
9. Lisa Clark Every Day: As a working mom, Lisa Clark is constantly on the clock and trying to find ways to cheat time. There are days where she literally mothers her twin tweens remotely from her phone, making sure they have arrived home safely, that they have changed out of their school clothes, that they are doing their homework or are on their way to horse-riding. And when her day gets busier, the last decision she wants to make is what to cook her family for dinner. In Every Day shares some insights into how to provide healthy, balanced and quick recipes for the mom (or dad) on the move!
The book is divided into 10 chapters, each starting off with a basic recipe and then followed by several others that show how to turn one quick meal into several appetising dishes. From muesli, tomato sauce and roasted vegetables to fish, chicken, pastry and sponge cake, there is sure to be a recipe to inspire your everyday cooking.
10. Low Carb for Families: The phrase ‘low carb’ has become the new buzz word, but what exactly does it mean, will it suit your and your family’s lifestyle, and will it be easy to adapt your eating habits to this way of eating? In Low-carb Living for Families, Monique le Roux Forslund answers all these questions and explains why reducing the carbohydrates and simultaneously increasing the consumption of natural, healthy fats is good for you and your family. She also cuts through the jungle of products and information that confront us in the media and on shelves, so that we can find our way to a healthy life of natural foods that will satisfy hunger and banish cravings. In addition to over 100 delicious and healthy recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, special occasions and snack time for the whole family (including babies!), Low-carb Living for Families provides easy-to-follow, practical tips and inspiration for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
11. Mattie se Magiese 03: Ongelooflike: Nonnetjie Uil neem Mattie na droomland om die diere se talentkompetisie by te woon. Vallie Volstruis, Olla die Olifant en Wanda Vark tree almal op voordat die ongeluk gebeur. Vind uit wat Sarel Seekoei doen voordat Dillie Donkie op die verhoog verskyn. Sal hy die kompetisie wen?
12. Mattie se Magiese 04: Die Diere se: Nonnetjie Uil nooi Mattie na nog ’n opwindende gebeurtenis in droomland – die diere se kermis. Daar is allerhande stalletjies, waaronder Rupert Renoster se Hoepelgooi en die Springende appelbad. Soos gewoonlik gaan dinge verkeerd en dreig om die pret te bederf. Gelukkig maak Mattie altyd ’n plan en die kermis eindig op ’n goeie noot.
13. Nombulelo and the Moth: Even though Nombulelo loves her Gogo's stories about the animals that live in the forest, she's too scared to go there. When Gogo dies, Numbulelo must summon her courage and take Gogo's magical moth on a journey through the forest. This is a story of love, loss and the discovery of inner strength.
14. Notebook Doodles Flowers: Notebook Doodles Flowers isn’t ‘just another’ kid’s colouring book - it’s designed specifically for the design-savvy TWEEN who thinks kids’ books are too juvenile, and mom’s adult colouring books are too, well, adult! Inside this book, youthful readers will discover 30 interactive colouring pages on fun floral themes. They will also find a colouring art lesson, 20 inspiring colour palettes, 8 pages of coloured examples, and inspiring quotes to go with every design. Whether you use watercolours, coloured pencils, markers, crayons, and gel pens, the designs will all look stunning.
15. Precious Years: Although child development may seem automatic, each phase of it is unique and builds on what has gone before, linking together like an intricate puzzle. Professionals agree that developmental difficulties are best identified and dealt with as early as possible.
With this in mind, in The Precious Years, vastly experienced occupational therapist, wife and mother Jacqui Couper equips parents with the knowledge they will need to properly monitor the developmental progress of their children and to seek help when they are concerned. Information based on years of research and experience is presented in an accessible and readable way, and the author’s profound insights into all phases of child development and the needs of parents in caring for children who may be different are clearly and unambiguously expressed.
16. Smitten: Smitten. is a continuation of the conversation started in Sarah Graham’s first fun, funky and relevant cookbook, bitten? The focus this time around is on the extraordinary; the creation of uniquely quirky yet still achievable, budget-friendly and oh-so-delicious food to share. Think a little elegance and a lot of je ne sais quoi. This is unintimidating food with a twist that the whole family will enjoy. To make our busy lives easier, the recipes in smitten. are conveniently divided into categories such as Nibbles, Speedy Suppers, Feast and Slow. Whether looking to knock up a quick dish on a weeknight or feed a party of eight on a lazy Sunday
afternoon, there is something here for everyone. Once again, the blog-themed writing style ensures that the writer/reader relationship is established right off the bat, providing a unique way of sharing recipes that draws not only on the food but the context, inspiration and passion behind each dish as well, capturing Sarah’s philosophy that every meal has a story. smitten. features handy hints for the novice and reluctant cook, cooking and baking tips, and kitchen and baking starter kits. Also included is a useful Meals for a Month guide that takes the guesswork out of the eternal question ‘What should I cook tonight?’ Each dish is complemented with a wine suggestion to help round off the perfect meal.
17. Sugar-free & Carb-conscious Living: Recipes, meal plans and success stories for a sugar-free and low-carb diet.
Ideal for anyone who wants to eliminate sugar from their diet. Based on ‘low carb high fat’ principles, with the emphasis on home-cooked, nutritional meals, the recipes will increase satiety, reduce sugar cravings and eliminate the need to snack between meals. The recipes are suitable for family meals and also take account of the need to have a healthy packed lunch for school or work. Recipes and tips for breakfast get the day off to a good start and there is a varied selection of dishes for the rest of the day. Sauces, dressings, salads and vegetables – often the key to creating variety in everyday meals – are not forgotten. Sugar-free & Carb-conscious Living includes guidance on encouraging children to adapt to a sugar-free diet, tips on how to incorporate alcohol and exercise into your new lifestyle, nutritional information, menu plans, and a shortlist of foods that are good for you and foods to avoid.
18. Vlytige Geskenke: 'n Handgemaakte geskenk het soveel meer waarde as ’n gekoopte. Vlytige Geskenke bevat talle briljante idees en projekte, van geurige badprodukte en smaaklike eetgoed tot breekgoed met ’n boodskap en 3D-geleentheidskaartjies. Vlytige Geskenke is propvol inspirasie vir geskenke, verpakkings en kaartjies. Rond jou skeppings af met handversierde geskenkpapier en hangetikette en gee dan jou geskenke met liefde.
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We have debated the merits of offering free shipping at length but the reality is that – without some magic source of free cash – the only place that money can come from is from our customers.
That leaves us with two options: hide it in the price of the product, or show it. We decided to be transparent and show it. This lets us cut our prices to the bare minimum and show you the best possible savings.
If we had incorporated the shipping cost into the price of an item, you’d pay double whenever you order more than one item but, in reality, the cost of shipping doesn’t necessarily go up.
By the way: the actual shipping charge you pay is a best-effort approximation of what shipping is going to cost us. As a result, ordering a 3kg item to Sandton or Cape Town may work out cheaper than a 75g iPhone cover to Springbok. Don’t blame us; blame the vast expanse that is our beautiful South Africa.
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We rarely hold stock. Our partners deliver exactly what we need, after a deal has run. That way we keep our costs down, prices low and everybody (including you) happy.
We're not like other online shops with a fixed catalogue and tons of stock. Instead, most of our products never come back to our website again. That’s how we want it, as it keeps us fresh and unpredictable (win #1).
So, after you (and lots of others) have placed your orders, we go to our suppliers and place a massive, single order. Our suppliers love this, as it keeps things simple and moving along smoothly. Happy suppliers equal low prices (win #2).
Since we don’t hold stock, we can work with a cheaper, medium-sized warehouse, instead of a mega-warehouse (win #3) and we’re saving lots on not needing any processes involved in handling and returning unsold stock, allowing us to offer better deals (win #4).
The practice of not holding stock is one of the core principles behind OneDayOnly’s success. That, and our sparkling personalities of course.