There are lots of films out there with environmental messages, ranging from hard hitting documentaries to kid-friendly animations and pretty much everything in between! Today I wanted to share with you some of the best that I have seen – so here we go, my 10 eco films to watch!
I recently talked about why I have chosen not to drink pod coffee, so today I thought I’d continue on the coffee theme and talk about how to choose fair trade coffee! Coffee is one of the most highly sought after crops in the world (for good reason!), but not all coffee is created equally.
Risotto is one of my favourite autumn and spring meal options, and this pea, saffron & parmesan risotto is my new go-to. It’s simple but delicious, easy enough for a mid week meal but fancy enough for a dinner party with friends as well.
Summer has come to an end so it’s time to start preparing our veggie patches for the colder months ahead, so I thought I would start things off with an Autumn planting guide. Most of this advice is suitable for people living in a temperate or cool climate which includes most of Victoria, the eastern coast of NSW as far inland as Canberra, the coastline around SA and southern WA, all of Tasmania and a tiny part of southern QLD.
It’s been a little while since my last post in the ingredients to avoid series, so I thought it was about time I put my detective hat on again and explored another ingredient that we should all be trying to avoid using. This time, I’m talking palm oil – what it is, what the problems are, how to identify it and what to choose instead!
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