I set myself a challenge this year - to see if I could still cook up the amazing spread my family has become famous for - but make it as waste free as possible! Christmas time is my favourite time of year - I'm lucky to be blessed with a family I love spending time … Continue reading My plastic free, almost zero-waste Christmas
This was my pride and joy on Christmas Day - and definitely a labour of love! If you aren't too worried about whether or not it is 'zero-waste' then I've provided a few cheat options to make it less time consuming. I definitely recommend you make this a day ahead to give the ingredients a … Continue reading The Ultimate Vegan Wellington (that happens to be Zero- Waste)
Here's how much trash I generated this month - and what I intend on doing with it (if I can) For the record - YES I washed everything before I put it in the bag and held onto it for 31 Days. I wanted to test myself to see just how much trash I generated, … Continue reading 1 month of blogging: 1 month of trash
What's so privileged about re-using containers, op-shopping and buying second hand goods you ask? Inherently nothing - but when you break it down you start to see how the society we live in today tries so hard to go against all of this, and everything to do with a zero-waste lifestyle. If you go back … Continue reading Is ‘Zero Waste’ living a form of privilege?
I found out about Hornsby Farmer's Markets a while back, but obviously due to work related commitments I've never been - so naturally school holidays presented a fantastic opportunity to check them out! They are run through Organic Food Markets, which also service areas along the Northern Beaches and Central Coast. My mission today? ZERO … Continue reading Today’s trip to the farmer’s markets
Travelling as a Vegan is always somewhat daunting at times - mainly because you are completely out of your usual 'comfort zone' and have no idea where to go or what to do. There are useful apps of course, like Facebook Groups and Happy Cow - but it's always fun finding some hidden gems here, … Continue reading Eating Vegan Food in Hawaii
Sometimes you can't always be prepared and you may end up having to go the take-away route for lunch or dinner. For me the issues always come from the take-away containers and other packaging. My one weakness is pre-made sushi, but it frequently always comes wrapped in plastic, then those dreaded soy sauce fish. After … Continue reading Being zero-waste when dining out