Mushrooms may not be for everyone, but we certainly love them in all shapes and varieties. They add a depth of flavour to vegetable dishes like no other ingredient.
Zero waste style dishwashing blocks were the go-to in every kitchen before liquid detergent became popular in the mid 20th century. Little did we know that we’ll be drowning in plastic just short of 100 years later and should’ve stuck with the trusty dish soap bar.
Spaghetti and Meatballs in an all-time favourite in our house, I'm sure the family won't mind eating this Italian favourite at least once a week. However, as we're working to reduce the amount of meat we eat every week as part of a sustainable diet, it's no longer a weekly option.
Over the past few years, I have become very fond of using organic and natural oils as a moisturiser. It's been a life-changing experience as there is an oil for any skin issue and if you learn to blend these yourself it can be a wonderful clean skin and money-saving tool.
Building a sustainable wardrobe that is more eco friendly by frequenting thrift stores is an excellent idea. However, thrifting is not always as effortless as it may sound as you need to spend a little bit of time digging around to find beautiful pieces, but you can do that from the comfort of your sofa as there is an ever-growing number of online thrift stores around.
Composting is a great way of reducing waste in the home. It can be done in the garden or on a countertop bin such as this one in your apartment. There are so many indoor compost bins available that there really is no excuse. Either way it's s great way to reduce waste and to save on buying compost for plants.
This Thai inspired dish combines beautiful vegetables with a well-rounded sauce, giving you a hint of sweetness. It?s then topped with cashew nuts that deliver a burst of flavour.
Gift giving is not always about the amount of money you spend but rather the thought behind it, so knowing the special woman in your life well is super important if you?d like to buy someting she?s going to use again and again. There is nothing worse than buying something that won?t be used, adding to our ever-growing landfill problem. Why not get her an eco-friendly gift that she will use and love for many years.
Finding the perfect gift for the men in your life is not an easy task, especially after the year we?ve had right? Before running off to get another boring run of the mill gift that he may or may not use (I?m thinking another pack of socks or ties), let?s go for something a little unique and sustainable.