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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...
Preserving is another good way to reduce food waste. It allows you to use up excess fruit and vegetables for consumption later and is especially good for things that are getting overripe. It's...
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...
I tried making jam last night with a different recipe and ended up with a rather toffee like peach concoction. I did some internet research and here's my favourite recipe. I like it as it doesn...
Have you ever thought of making your own washing powder? We all want to do our bit for the environment but like me, you may find the $10+ costs for a container of 'enviro friendly' washing...
We've been attempting to figure out ways of scaring birds off our tiny veggie patch for ages, they don't eat the seedlings, but continually steal our straw for their nests! We took a few suggestions...
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...
Here's our bumper list of some of our most favourite tutorials sourced from the never ending resource that is the Internet. Making gifts is a great way to avoid shopping centres, especially if...
Inspired by the t-shirt bunting made from David Fleck's designs I saw a while back, I dug out some old t-shirts and material scraps I have hoarded saved.  You may need to allow an extra...
Red Cabbage
I live in fear of residing in one of those rental properties that smell like boiled cabbage. I also hate storemade coleslaw. But I love the frilliness of cabbage: Click here for more arty cabbage...