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Category Archives: environmentally friendly
Saving the planet one plastic bag at a time. As much as I try to buy fresh because 1. I like it better, and 2. there’s less garbage waste associated with it, there’s still plenty I buy in packages. Like … Continue reading
Being dairy-free, but wanting a creamy sauce is sometimes a bit of a challenge. Luckily for me things like cashews and hemp seeds can quickly and easily be turned into a delicious sauce that’s really comparable to what it’s trying … Continue reading
I’ve really gotten into being pretty economical. I’ve tightened the budget quite a bit, and am looking for ways to spend less while still maintaining my healthy, ethical, and pretty environmentally-friendly lifestyle. This brings me to one of my new … Continue reading
In an effort to save money and reduce packaging, I’ve starting making my own sunflower seed butter. I haven’t yet tackled anything else because 1. I have tons of sunflower seeds, 2. I’m hooked on this recipe, and 3. I’m out … Continue reading
Weekends are a time for food prep for me. With much more time to devote in the kitchen, I definitely enjoy this part of my ritual. Sometimes I’ll bake something, usually I’ll make up a batch of hummus, sometimes I’ll … Continue reading