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French Apricot Frangipane Tart Recipe

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Back at the beginning of October, I managed to snap up about 3 kilograms of fresh apricot at the local market, clearly the last of the lasts of the season and since they were dirt cheap, I assumed they were clearly surplus. It’s odd that they were still available in October in London, but I was happy to get my …

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A Guide to Choosing Wicker Furniture for Your Outdoor Space

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This is a collaborative post. Your garden furniture has to endure a lot more than any interior furnishing. With natural materials such as wicker, you have strength, durability and visual appeal, all of which are essential for outdoor furniture. Of course, there is a wide range of wicker products to choose from. With that in mind, here are some tips …

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Mosaico Sustainably Sourced Gemstone Jewellery (Review And Giveaway)

In Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living, Reviews, Style, Uncategorizedby eva.katona@yahoo.com25 Comments

(Gifted item) As Christmas is fast approaching, I wanted to introduce you to a fantastic, sustainable jewellery brand: Mosaico Gemstone Jewellery.  They make unique jewellery, that is lovingly crafted in the UK from sustainably sourced (and fair-trade), semi precious, natural gemstones and metals. Colourful and fun designs inspired by the founders Brazilian, South African and British heritage. They not only …

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5 Reasons LED Lighting Is Eco Friendly

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This is a collaborative post. It’s not a secret that we all need to be making changes in order to protect the environment. Public opinion is slowly changing and this year has been a great one for forward progress. Despite this, it can feel really frustrating to make positive change by yourself, especially as we know that so much of …

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Vegan Apple And Plum Crumble With Oats Recipe

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This recipe came to me as I was trying to use up a few apples and plums sitting in the fruit bowl – and on one eating them. The apples were a little sour, they were not the sweetest at all but in this recipe it worked out well as the little sourness of the apples went hand in hand …

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Real Christmas Tree And Salt Dough Ornaments: Eco-Friendly Christmas

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Gifted item. Real or artificial Christmas tree? Which one is more eco-friendly? If you were wondering the answer is that real trees are better. (Unless, you already have an artificial tree. In which case, the best thing is to keep that tree and use it, because otherwise it just goes to landfill. Or, donate it.) Real Christmas trees are more …

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Sustainable Home 101: Cutting Your Home Energy Costs

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This is a collaborative post. To make a real difference in the world, we don’t need a few people to be doing everything perfectly; we need many people doing a few things right. You can start to become more eco-friendly and reduce your carbon footprint by creating cutting your energy costs. Not only will starting with your energy consumption help …

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How To Have A Planet-Friendly Christmas Day

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Gifted products. The most wonderful time of the year is around the corner, Christmas fans rejoice! But in the past decade or so, consumerism really took a hold a on Christmas. It has become a race: the bigger tree, the more presents, the fancier decoration, starting already in July… It’s simply getting overwhelming and too much. It’s definitely not very …

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Want to Achieve an Easy to Maintain Garden?

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This is a collaborative post. Most people love the idea of having a garden. They also love the way a garden in full bloom looks. But what they don’t like is the amount of work that so often has to go into maintaining a garden. It’s not easy, and when you have a career and family taking up most of …

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The 5 Best US Cities for Green Living

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This is a collaborative post. Throughout the United States, city governments are taking a more serious look at green technology. In the wake of the current climate crisis, forward-thinking city leaders have been pushing to do whatever they can to stop global climate change and preserve our planet. Any Earth-lover wants to live in a place whose eco-profile lines up …