PLASTIC FREE JULY 2020- UPDATE NO 4.

By the end of the month, I have noticed the amount of experimenting and improvising put in to replace the ready-made foods I use the most, normally available in predominantly or partially plastic packaging. Veggies, fruits, seeds and legumes are easy to get a hold of at the zero waste shops, but things like milk, […]

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PLASTIC FREE JULY 2020- UPDATE NO 3.

I feel very privileged to be able to have a choice between good quality organic food and cheep produce available in a grocery store. Below there are some tasty thing I have made during the week, doing my best to use only plastic-free products. Couple of things I was proud to make was home made […]

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Plastic Free July 2020- Update no 1.

Groceries A first plastic-free meal was some Pulled Aubergine wraps, with homemade tortillas, and since I can’t yet find any lettuce that’s not in plastic, I made a lovely and fresh savoy cabbage salad. The recipe for the wraps filling came from BBC good food magazine which I came across at my friends’ house, and […]

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Plastic Free July 2020

This will be my second year where I take on the plastic-free July challenge. I will probably take on the same basic principles as I did last year, but to mix it up a little bit this time around, I will be doing my best to get my family involved as well. I think my […]

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Vegan Breakfast Muffin Cake

Decided to experiment a little one evening and make a nice tasty treat with the ingredient I had. I must say it came out very nice and I think this is going to one of these recipes that can easily be adapted. Method Start by turning the oven on to about 180 degrees C (Gas […]

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Building a healthy and sustainable food system

EAT-Lancet Commission allocated 37 professionals to carry out a research over 3 years to create a “planetary health diet” that’s healthy and sustainable for the world. If the majority of communities around the world adopt this dies we will reduce the GHG by about 60% or more depending on the region, and we will cut down premature death by 19%.

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AnswerGarden: What does future food mean to you?

Starting an online course ” Future Food: Sustainable food systems for the 21st Century”. Very excited to explore more sustainable ways of supplying our generations with healthy foods, me being biased 100% plant-based 😀 I’m definitely doing to review this in few weeks time when I gather a bit more knowledge. Source: AnswerGarden: What does […]

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What to do if I can’t run?

Beacon Hill Topscope Longbridge Walk

I have been doing around the time it started, he have unofficially diagnose me with tibia stress fracture.
All the joys, no more running for 6 weeks, just loads ice and chill for my leg 😦
So what do I do if I can’t put much pressure or consistent impact on my left tibia …

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