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Photo by Ella Olsson on Unsplash Plastic Free July has got me all inspired to look at ways to reduce plastic use. I have to confess, ..read more
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It’s national Organic Week here in New Zealand and it’s great to see more people becoming more aware of our impact on the environment, ..read more
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There’s nothing like soup to warm you on a cold winters day.  This Moroccan tomato and chickpea soup contains a warming mixture of ..read more
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This feijoa and coconut loaf tastes amazing and is a nice way to use up feijoas . If you’ve got a tree no doubt you’ll have them in ..read more
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What is kefir? Kefir is a probiotic rich milk drink that is simple to make yourself. While it’s traditionally made with milk, you ..read more
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For a large proportion of my life, coffee has played a pretty significant part. Whether it be drinking it, making it, or simply breathing ..read more
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It’s national Organic Week here in New Zealand and it’s great to see more people becoming more aware of our impact on the environment, ..read more
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There’s nothing like soup to warm you on a cold winters day.  This Moroccan tomato and chickpea soup contains a warming mixture of ..read more
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What is kefir? Kefir is a probiotic rich milk drink that is simple to make yourself. While it’s traditionally made with milk, you ..read more
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