Who doesn’t love the barbecue season? From the social aspect to the joy of outdoor cooking, it’s a fun and relaxed way to eat that’s synonymous with summer. However, along with the food and fun comes a whole world of plastic, mass-produced accessories and potential for waste, with single-use barbecues and plastic wrapped food a-plenty. Here are some simple ways you can embrace having a sustainable BBQ next time you light the coals.
They’re right about ethics and the environment. If you won’t join them, at least respect their effort to build a sustainable future.
Being vegan doesn’t necessarily mean limiting yourself to fruits and vegetables. With brands finally catching up to the times and releasing healthy vegan snacks, people who don't eat animal products have a lot more options in the snack aisle to choose from.
Fudgy rich sweet potato oat brownies!
Okay, so this is for fun but I like it and have two chihuahuas. Well, they are not mine but my girlfriends, who, after I told her not to get a dog, brings back two...chihuahuas no less.
A beautiful fragrant Thai curry served with veganised egg-fried rice.