Happy Earth Day! That's what I'm doing for the Earth and for my kids future:
using cloth nappies
• have my own shopping bag
• buy veggies and fuits at the local market, as much as possible
• no car, only walking, public transport and scooter
• cooking, as much as we eat, so no food waste
• reusable water bottle and coffee cup
• no paper kitchen towel
• using beeswax wraps and other reusable things for food storage
• using a silicon baking mat
• natural toys for the kids, no plastic
• buy secondhand books
• on the few occasions when we have unwanted things we give them up for free or for charity
• we eat plantbased rather than meatbased
There's so much more that I want to do, I hope my list will be much longer next year!
What are you doing for the Earth? 🌍
I’m selling some earrings I’ve made. They’re mostly random experiments assembled from bits in my supplies box that I’d like to see go into the world. £3.00 per pair, add 50p for postage. I’ll be at the Rainy game this coming Sat if you want to collect. Send me a DM 💁🏻♀️ #jewellery#earswag#earrings#buylocal#lobesonfleek
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...another weekend done and dusted, bring on the week ahead! 😊
@miss.press added yogourt with granola and strawberry lichee salsa to their fully vegan menu! ... @miss.press a ajouté du yogourt avec granola et salsa de fraise et litchi à son menu entièrement végétalien
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Happy Earth Day! Together we can create a better, environmentally sustainable food system!
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Feeling as loved and blessed with our special orders this weekend as this baptism strawberry rhubarb pie 😍🥧
Head to the website or DM me to discuss your next event pie. We love to customize the flavor and design just for you!
Mamma Rita’s Farm supplied the fruit for the Australasian Permaculture Convergence this past week. The variety, flavour & adaptability of their produce was wondrous. Salads, desserts & snacks all integrated these seasonal delights & I heard many a loving sigh over the taste of their produce. . . .
The Farm is run by Reg & Rita & is home to around 1000 fruit trees including cherries, peaches, apples, pears, quinces, plums, figs, prickly pears, grapes & more. They also grow veggies & make preserves & a variety of ferments! They don’t believe in using harmful chemicals & they pick the fruit when it is tree-ripened & not before. My mind boggles at their operation & my tastebuds recommend their delicious fare. . . .
If you swipe left you’ll find a novelty image of me pretending to be a witch over the largest apple & quince crumble filling I have ever made. Bratt pans scare me but they certainly do the job when it comes to crafting food for 187 people. I used my Mum’s crumble topping recipe which made the industrialised prep circumstances feel more homely.