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- In my family no Durban holiday was complete without sitting on the beach eating a bunny chow, inhaling quickly over curled tongues to cool our mouths.
- Izza, your evening of bunny chows with chutney sounds divine.
- We spent the past weekend down in KwaZulu Natal, home of millions of restless Zulu warriors, bunny chows, and humidity.
Probably from Hindi banyā, from Gujarati vaniya, denoting one of a Hindu caste of merchants, + chow in the sense 'food'.
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