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I really like this Flow Chart developed by food activist, foodie and scientist Darya Pinto. It highlights the difficulty most of us have in reading food labels when trying to make the best choices...
Sweet potatoes are much loved by many people. The thing I find most fascinating about them is that they are as commonly used in sweet dishes as savory recipes. So without further ado... Sweet...
The easiest way to avoid wasting food is to be organised. It may sound obvious but unfortunately it's one of those things that tends to be easier said than done. Making a habit of organising your...
We're a little sceptical on quite how truthful some of these tips and uses are, but according to 'Natural home' magazine, used coffee and tea dregs can be used for a whole host of...
    I'm a little late reading this blog, especially some of the posts, but gotta say... everything here is so great and so true. As someone who's originally from the area, I...
Coping with a scorched garden JIM FOGARTY Gardens have fried this summer but they can be healed, says Jim Fogarty. The extreme hot weather has played havoc with gardens, leaving them badly burned....
Firstly two from the infamous Mike Lieberman, who wrote a post for us last year on how he is using left over coffee grounds to stop some of his potted plants going yellow, a problem that several of...
Storage is often a challenge when you rent. You might be renting a place like ours which has no living room, bathroom or bedroom cupboards. There's often just not enough places to put things. And...
Today dear readers, is the 2nd day of spring! Woo! Stay tuned for recipes using spring vegetables. I hope you have enjoyed the recipes as much as I have :-) I've not tried watercress recipes...
From Lamby Loves Cake: 'After making up my own batch of washing powder (thanks to Green Renters) to save on dollars at the supermarket, I turned my attention to delicious but pricey Carmans...