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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...
This article had a little bit of guidance from a post found on Sustainability Victoria, which now seems to have disappeared off their website. It's a wok in progress project for us, so we make no...
    I was confronted to view the wilting and less than appealing fruit in our fruit bowl this morning. Past it plums, needy nectatines and more oranges than we'd ever eat in the time...
Here's a rather controversial idea for recycling Paint chip cards. Most renters can't paint their homes (surely we're not the only one with magnolia coloured walls in the living room?)...
I commute by public transport to work everyday and sometimes I am fortunate enough to experience rain (always a blessing when you live in a drought plagued city). Sometimes a umbrella is necessary...
This article is the first in a series of recipes featuring winter vegetables. Buying seasonal vegetables is a great way to ensure you are getting fresh, ripe produce. Futher, eating with the seasons...
A lovely example from Tashian
Some time ago now I attended a meeting of the Food Gardeners Alliance, which was very interesting. One of the attendees then delivered a talk on keeping chickens in your back yard, something that...
For this chutney you cook the first step is beetroot whole with the skin on. This keeps in more of the flavour and nutrients of the beetroot than if you were to peel it first then cook it. Peeling...
Well winter veggies are certainly overrepresented in the beginning of the alphabet! But from tomorrow we take a significant leap down the list... But for today: I like cauliflower (not as much a...