The flat, plain disc is reminiscent of the confections that sit geometrically arranged in patisserie windows in Italy.— Read on http://www.nigella.com/recipes/lemon-polenta-cake
Greener shopping choices I try to shop as green as I can, Take your own shopping bags I include little cloth bags for loose fruit. I know at the moment that might not be as appealing. You do what you can and feel comfortable with. When buying fruit and vegetables, shop local and shop seasonallyContinue reading “An article that I wrote”
Looking for the most economical choice!
Ideal for keeping food fresh for longer, these easy to make bees-wax wraps can be used for sandwiches, covering leftovers and much more! — Read on http://www.countryfile.com/how-to/crafts/make-beeswax-wraps/ I have done this. It was easy and fun to do
We did our introductions. Then we had a discussion about What are we sure about We where certain that it’s happening We are certain something needs to be done That being part of a collective is a good thing It’s depressing We are certain that the government is not doing enough It will be poorerContinue reading “Carbon college”
So I got them.
I sprang a leak in my leggings one pair mended one to go!
Wrote this article https://cityexile.wordpress.com/2019/08/20/more-light-than-heat-2/
To travel any distance. Or my bus pass If they are both not doable then I use a taxi
I bank with Triodos and the credit union.
Reusing work tee-shirts as cloths
25 years ago and they are still going strong.
Only have one spoon one can opener it is all you need.
me and some of south east edinburgh greens On the stall at edinburgh city council first climate change festival This could be a climate catastrophe so what do edinburgh city council do they turn it into a festival! Or I could just try and eat Cameron Rose a well known climate change denier
This bottle will be about 20 years old saving me about 60 bottles going into landfill
twitter.com/hfiskjohnson/status/1143301016835637248 But here is an other solution!
2 things not from the UK everything can be recycling
Watching Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall it’s really good
this is the reply
Here is a reasonable reply but I have pressed him to go further
How are they going plastic free?
About terra cycle.
For the meadows festival. which included organising the stall, volunteers, what we are putting on the stall, paying of the stall,
The coop is going plastic single use free by 2023
On my reduce single use plastics campaign
Still no reply from Asda!
I’ve just asked Asda and Sainsbury’s what their plan is to end there use? And here is there reply
We have committed to eliminating all single-use-plastic from Co-op branded packaging by 2023, and making the rest of our packaging ‘easy to recycle’. Read more ➡️ coop.uk/futureoffood ^Yasmin Which I thought was fair
Sent this tweet today