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Kitchen

I opened up the bin, and took out the contents to photograph. Besides some rather unsavory fruit peelings that didn't fit in the worm farm/Bokashi bin, here's what we ended up with from the kitchen....
Turning Green into Money
I love this clever little image clipped from the web. With the number of new gidgets, gadets and what nots, it isn't surprising that there appears to be a common misconception that going green...
Even though electricity is commonplace, there is still quite a bit of danger associated with improper use. Carefully observe all safety measures when using electricity to keep yourself - and your...
It's widely known that sell by dates and use by dates are more for guidance than accurate, with ever-sensitive-to-legal-cases retailers erring on the extreme side of caution, generally if it...
Did you realise the Federal government actually has a rebate scheme in place to help renters insulate their (often poorly insulated) homes? Neither did we... In a strange quirk of coincidence we were...
It's amazing how beneficial home growing is in terms of carbon emissions and water savings compared to veg you'd pick up at the average supermarket as the photos above illustrate. Not to...
I went to buy some fetta for a recipe (a vegan version of the recipe is featured here on my craft blog) I was intending to cook to use up some of the silver beet and broad beans in our garden. They...
Despite living on salads in winter, lettuce is actually a winter vegetables. We have a few varieties growing in our garden which seems to acquire very little attention to keep them happy. When I...
A great article from HowStuffWorks that delves in detail on some of the environmental ironies that exist in modern life and five great methods to 'greenify' (their words not ours) your life, most of...
I recently had to come up with a cheap gift (under $5 per person) for a large group of international students. I was reluctant to purchase some cheap, imported tacky Australiana as suggested by my...