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  • Every little bit counts, and if enough people do it the future will look better!
  • Every little bit counts, and if enough people do it the future will look better!
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  • Hit another goal today in sustainable living department 🙌 ⁣
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I've had a battery recharging unit for a while but have been saving the money up to get some good batteries. Today I completed the set with these ace AA batteries which are part made from RECYCLED BATTERIES 🔋 brilliant!!⁣
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#recycle #sustainability#recycledbatteries #smallchanges #sustainableliving
  • Hit another goal today in sustainable living department 🙌 ⁣

    I've had a battery recharging unit for a while but have been saving the money up to get some good batteries. Today I completed the set with these ace AA batteries which are part made from RECYCLED BATTERIES 🔋 brilliant!!⁣

    #recycle #sustainability #recycledbatteries #smallchanges #sustainableliving
  •  4  1  1 hour ago
  • Luxury getaways with a focus on sustainability. ☝️ Yes please! .
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📷: @discoversoneva
  • Luxury getaways with a focus on sustainability. ☝️ Yes please! .
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    📷: @discoversoneva
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  • It’s so easy to buy what we need! It’s amazing we live in places where we have the access to pretty much buy anything. We don’t need to think about what went into making an item. Instead it’s easy to buy and be worry free. Making your own items grounds us. It brings us to a place of creativity and also then we know how much effort really goes into making an item. Whether it’s making homemade toothpaste, shampoo, lip balm, body butter and even freshly cooked meals. It all takes time but it also keeps us from living on autopilot. Each week start making something new. It could be that project you have always wanted to start or that meal you have always wanted to make. Put on some good music and just get started. Comment below with something you would like to make!⬇️
  • It’s so easy to buy what we need! It’s amazing we live in places where we have the access to pretty much buy anything. We don’t need to think about what went into making an item. Instead it’s easy to buy and be worry free. Making your own items grounds us. It brings us to a place of creativity and also then we know how much effort really goes into making an item. Whether it’s making homemade toothpaste, shampoo, lip balm, body butter and even freshly cooked meals. It all takes time but it also keeps us from living on autopilot. Each week start making something new. It could be that project you have always wanted to start or that meal you have always wanted to make. Put on some good music and just get started. Comment below with something you would like to make!⬇️
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  • Zero waste living doesn't happen overnight, it's a process. Trying to reduce using plastic is not that hard, just change the way you use stuffs.
  • Zero waste living doesn't happen overnight, it's a process. Trying to reduce using plastic is not that hard, just change the way you use stuffs.
  •  15  1  1 hour ago
  • Classic with a twist. Pure Hemp suits straight from Transylvania coming soon... #deionescu .
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📸 by @cristiandragan
  • Classic with a twist. Pure Hemp suits straight from Transylvania coming soon... #deionescu .
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    📸 by @cristiandragan
  •  15  1  1 hour ago

Top #sustainability Posts

  • Freshly Baked Oat and Dandelion Honey Loaf | Our Top Hacks To Reduce Your Bread Waste
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There are very little pleasures in life greater than a freshly baked loaf of bread. Brendan has been making good use of our dandelion honey in this lovely loaf.
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Bread is one the worst offenders when creating food waste in the UK, so much that we waste around 900,000 tonnes of bread every year. When you start looking into the statistics how much we chuck out, it can get pretty scary! Now, instead of going into panic mode, lets start working towards solutions, these are our top tricks in reducing your bread waste…
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1. Freeze it… Seems like the most simple and obvious answer, but that’s because it really works! If we buy a loaf, we slice it up and place half of into the freezer until we need it, so there’s no chance of it going mouldy. Easy peasy!
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2. Crumb it, crouton it, or find another purpose for it… if your bread is starting to go stale it means it is perfect for bread crumbs, simply crumble or blend it and use as added texture on mac and cheese or a gratin, the options are endless! You can also, slice it up, bake it with a little oil and use as croutons for soup or a lovely salad. And for all you Brits out there, stale bread is even perfect for desserts such as bread and butter pudding!
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3. Make your own! And lastly, we know not everyone has time for this, but incase you do… making your own bread adds a level of appreciation that means you’ll cherish bread so much more. It seems like such a disposable food because of how cheap is in the supermarket, but as soon as you start putting in the effort to make your own, you feelings about bread will change, plus it’ll taste way more delicious!
  • Freshly Baked Oat and Dandelion Honey Loaf | Our Top Hacks To Reduce Your Bread Waste


    There are very little pleasures in life greater than a freshly baked loaf of bread. Brendan has been making good use of our dandelion honey in this lovely loaf.


    Bread is one the worst offenders when creating food waste in the UK, so much that we waste around 900,000 tonnes of bread every year. When you start looking into the statistics how much we chuck out, it can get pretty scary! Now, instead of going into panic mode, lets start working towards solutions, these are our top tricks in reducing your bread waste…


    1. Freeze it… Seems like the most simple and obvious answer, but that’s because it really works! If we buy a loaf, we slice it up and place half of into the freezer until we need it, so there’s no chance of it going mouldy. Easy peasy!


    2. Crumb it, crouton it, or find another purpose for it… if your bread is starting to go stale it means it is perfect for bread crumbs, simply crumble or blend it and use as added texture on mac and cheese or a gratin, the options are endless! You can also, slice it up, bake it with a little oil and use as croutons for soup or a lovely salad. And for all you Brits out there, stale bread is even perfect for desserts such as bread and butter pudding!


    3. Make your own! And lastly, we know not everyone has time for this, but incase you do… making your own bread adds a level of appreciation that means you’ll cherish bread so much more. It seems like such a disposable food because of how cheap is in the supermarket, but as soon as you start putting in the effort to make your own, you feelings about bread will change, plus it’ll taste way more delicious!
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