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Bread Flour Cookies Recipe

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Not sure about you, but during the lockdown I did find myself wanting to bake cookies but only having bread flour at home. No all purpose flour, I wondered if I can make the cookies work with bread flour. What to do. Having done a little research, I found that it’s possible – but need to find the right measurements. …

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Review and Giveaway: Phox – The World’s Most Eco-Friendly Water Filter

In Design, Giveaways, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com29 Comments

Gifted item You probably already know that plastic bottled water is an all round waste: companies that make bottled water only sell you plastic: access to water is an universal right (it should be, at least) and all they do is put water that runs in your tap anyway into plastic bottles and sell it. The majority of these bottles …

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5 Excellent Electric Vehicles to Consider

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This is a collaborative post There could be several reasons you’re reluctant to switch your standard combustion engine car to an electric vehicle (EV). Perhaps you like it’s dimensions and colour, or perhaps it’s simply not paid off yet.  You might have seriously considered an electric vehicle but still aren’t sure about the battery life, the range, or the availability …

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Day Out With The Children: Visiting Stonehenge

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Stonehenge has been on our (my) bucket list for a long time: Bobcat has been obsessed with landmarks for a while, especially Stonehenge and I actually never managed to visit it ever since I’ve been living in the UK. So this summer, since we were staying near Basingstoke we went around for a day out. I don’t know if we’ve …

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Blueberry Slush With Coconut Milk (Vegan Recipe)

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Yay it’s blueberry season! I love blueberries. British blueberries are picked and in supermarkets within hours to ensure the freshest, tastiest berries. The freshest the produce the more vitamins and nutrients you get when you eat them. Blueberries are packed full of fibre and antioxidants, including Vitamin C. They even help to preserve heart health. The climate in the UK …

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Why Give Secondhand September A Go?

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I’m participating Secondhand September this year again – and raise awareness of buying second had items as a first choice. We have already, on this planet, created as much stuff that it could serve generations to come. Especially clothing items. Not long ago the trend used to change in every four years  or less, now all the fast fashion brands …

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Review: The All Electric Seat Mii Car

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Collaborative post Back in August, Seat UK kindly sent me their all electric Mii model to test out. I was lucky enough to drive around this great little car for a week. First things first: I’m not a confident driver. The smaller the car, the better. I’m from mainland Europe and I find the London parking system a bit too …

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Giveaway: Win With Ink & Drop

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Gifted item We are in the middle of creating a feature wall in our living room (slowly but surely collected the prints and posters we wanted – still some more to come). I love a feature wall, it’s so cool and stylish at the same time. It’s a great way to express one’s personal arty taste. Ink & Drop kindly …

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Orange and Kale Salad with Pistachios (Vegan Recipe)

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I said it a few times but I say it again: I absolutely adore mixing veg and fruit in salads. Plus adding a handful of nuts to it. It just got an extra bit of a sweetness to it which makes it a bit unusual but oh so tasty as well!  I love combinations like red cabbage and celery with …

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25 Smart Tips How To Reduce Food Waste At Home

In Foodie Me, Green & Ethical Living by eva.katona@yahoo.com10 Comments

Food waste – as we have probably all heard it lately on the news is a major contributor to climate change. Between 33-50% of all food produced globally is never eaten and that is a staggering figure. Which means that we waste lots of energy, resources and of course  it’s also a moral problem. It’s not just about starving people somewhere …