Transform your used coffee grounds into a sensational face and body scrub. This makes a great zero-waste, sustainable gift – just in time for Christmas! This post was inspired by the Food Waste Story by Sicily Fiennes of the Climate Collective. Coconut oil may clog drains as it solidifies at room temperature. If you wantContinue reading “Homemade coffee scrub without coconut oil”
I really don’t understand how these plants grew in the wild – they are much fussier than I thought they’d be! Here is how to grow your own avocado tree from seed. I have had three attempts to growing an avocado baby, one of them worked. Here is how I did it – and whatContinue reading “Avo-care-do”
When I started making my own oat milk, I had to contend with the oat pulp that was leftover. Blending and straining the oats and water leaves a by-product that resembles a gloopy, porridgey lump in my sieve. I was determined to use it all up – it seemed counter-intuitive to make oat milk forContinue reading “5 ways to use up oat pulp”
I was so disappointed when oat milk company Oatly sold its soul to Blackstone, a giant corporation that funds Amazon deforestation, influences rent hikes and donates millions of dollars to Trump. Amidst “oatlygate” a couple of friends told me how easy it was to make oat milk myself. There are loads of benefits: it’s cheaper,Continue reading “3 steps to homemade oat milk”
My parents have an apple tree in their garden in the countryside, and this year is has produced SO MANY APPLES. We don’t know what to do with all of them! Whenever I visited they sent me home with bags of them, and I wanted to make sure I would use them all. I madeContinue reading “Easiest vegan apple crumble”
Bread gone stale? Not to worry! Save the leftover slices and follow this 10 minute trick to turn them into crunchy croutons. Step 1 Preheat oven to 180 degrees (gas 4) and cut your bread into cubes, or as close to cubes as the slices permit. It really doesn’t matter what shape they are, asContinue reading “Crafty croutons”
Grow new, delicious sproutings from the ends of your vegetables.
Save your scraps and turn them into delicious stock.