Tips to help you make changes...
Making small changes to live a more sustainable life doesn't have to be expensive and we'd love to show you how.
This year has brought many unexpected changes to our lives. For us it has shone the spotlight more brightly on why we must act now for the planet and for the future of our children. We are the witnesses to another defining moment in our plane’s history and the individual decisions we are making right…Read More
Summer is almost here and the weather is perfect for entertaining and enjoying all that nature has to offer. Entertaining with the planet in mind doesn’t require you to throw your style sensibilities out the window. In fact we think you’ll find it’s fun when you let your eco imagination go wild. Whether it’s a…Read More
With a little thought and planning you can buy an eco-friendly gift for your children’s teachers this year that will do no harm to the planet, thank your teacher and support a local small business. Here ae some ideas to get you started: Tomato Relish or Mango Chutney or a similar artisan made conserve in…Read More
The entertainers friend… the best ever potato bake. Yum. Who doesn’t love a fresh crunchy salad served with a side of the best potato bake you’ll ever taste. This recipe ticks all the boxes – gluten free, dairy free and vegan and absolutely easy AND delicious.. It will be your best friend this summer. You…Read More
I buy all our fruit and vegetables from our local organic farm and Mum buys direct from local farmers at her local farmers’ market so it came as quite a surprise to me to discover that Australia was importing so much fruit and veg from overseas. In fact Australia’s fresh fruit and vegetable imports decreased…Read More
You wont believe this banana bread is gluten free. It has a lovely texture that is fluffy and moist just like banana bread made from traditional flour and your children will love it in their school lunch box. Delicious hot or cold with or without butter you can’t go wrong. It works just as…Read More
I am always on the look out for ways to get the most out of my food scraps. Our farmers work very hard to produce bountiful crops of delicious fruit and veg and it seems such a waste to toss any of it out. Scrap apple cider vinegar uses apple peel and cores and with…Read More
Last month we looked at a couple of examples of products that you can easily be duped by when using the “all natural label”. This over-used label can be found throughout the supermarket from the cleaning aisle to body care products and even in packaged foods. When we buy these products we think we are…Read More
This is my all time favourite gluten free cake, yum! Who says you have to miss out on delicious moist tortes just because you are gluten free. With Father’s Day just around the corner I’ve been thinking about how we will celebrate and while a big breakfast has always been part of our tradition my…Read More
Last month in our newsletter we introduced you to the term Greenwashing and we committed to sharing examples of this in the coming months. Just to reiterate in case you missed this article: From electric cars to reusable shopping bags, it’s undeniable that “going green” is one of the fastest growing trends out there today.…Read More