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Couscous with Roasted Broccoli and Lemon Tahini

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It’s National Vegetarian Week, so lets celebrate with a delicious, simple and light recipe, perfect for the warmer weather. Still, it’s very fulfilling with the broccoli and the flavours. If you’re taking the challenge (I’m so very happy to support you!) maybe this recipe will be useful for you – enjoy! It literally has all the macronutrients your body needs …

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Review and Giveaway: Eco-Flow Tap Adapter

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Gifted item. As a family of 4 we use lots of water but we try to reduce it as much as we can. We take conscious steps to save water that includes: taking showers instead of having a bath  short showers of 5-10 minutes kids luckily still can share the bath reusing pasta water for watering plants filling dishwasher and …

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Win a Plastic Free Gift Set From Refillogic

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So for those, who doesn’t know this yet: we teamed up with a mum from Bobcat’s class and we are opening a real, brick and mortar zero waste shop in Surbiton, South-West London, where we live. Not only that, our web shop now open at https://www.refillogic.co.uk This has always been my – kind of – lifetime goal. Having to run …

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Visiting the Lost Gardens of Heligan

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The Lost Gardens of Heligan is probably the one of the most successful and greatest garden restoration project. Heligan Gardens is almost 200 acres and restored in a Victorian garden style. The Heligan Estate is managed using both historic and sustainable techniques, keeping traditional breeds of animal and bringing age-old rural crafts back to life. Because of the mild Cornish …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: April 2021

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Gifted products. One of my favourite thing about my blog is that I have this massive opportunity to make a difference. I use my blog to spread the word and make people aware of ethical and green issues. I find that the best way is to do this by introducing other options, that are positive choices for people and planet. …

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Asparagus and Mushroom Pilaf (Vegan)

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I do love wholegrain rice and it makes a perfect base for a pilaf as it’s not as sticky as the white rice varieties. Wholegrain rice retains all of the grain’s natural nutrients and so very rich dietary fibre, unlike white rice, which loses out on the hulling process that makes it white. Wholegrain rice is rich in vitamin E, …

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13 UK Online Shops To Buy Secondhand And Vintage Clothing

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I do like nice clothes – to be honest with you right at the start. I also like to express myself with my clothes. I also think sustainable and ethical lifestyle does not mean that I can’t have nice things. It does mean however that I need to source the things I want differently. Now, coming to style and clothes …

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Giveaway: Win Jaques Classic Wooden Toys

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Gifted products. As I write this, thinking about Earth Day, which earlier this week and how we need to celebrate Mother Earth not just one day a year and maybe switching the lights off for an hour but every day by taking small steps that can change the future for the better.  We all know that plastic and our throwaway …

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Love Your Style And The Environment

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This is a collaborative post. It is important, now more than ever, to be environmentally conscious and take care of the planet we inhabit. When it comes to clothing, it can often be difficult to source environmentally friendly items which not only limit the amount of carbon released into the atmosphere, but also suit your personal style. Even if you …

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Eco-Friendly Ways To Reduce Your Waste And Stop Throwing Out The Things You Don’t Use

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This is a collaborative post. We all like to think of ourselves as being environmentally aware, of being conscientious when it comes to the impact that we have on the planet, and we’re always looking for new ways to reduce our carbon footprint. During the pandemic, many of us found ourselves struggling to keep up those good habits in the …