You Have More Power Than You Realise!
Nov05

You Have More Power Than You Realise!

I wanted to title this post ‘Don’t be a lazy asshole’ but thought it might be a bit too aggressive as a title. Unfortunately there is a bit of a plastic-wrapped-produce consumer driven trend appearing in my local areas and it makes me very angry. The reason behind it? Laziness! How do I know? My local farmers market produce peddler told me so. On the Sunshine Coast plastic wrapped produce is popping up at farmers...

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Real Eating Recipe From Love Earth Food
Sep14

Real Eating Recipe From Love Earth Food

  Road trips, a dose of vitamin sea, and a visit to the Dr. was a weekend recipe for happiness! It was a long week of study┬áso when the weekend rolled around and the assignments were submitted I threw a pile of clothes and cookbooks in the car and headed out for a much needed break to the Gold Coast to visit some of my nearest and dearest soul sisters. Ben Harper on the stereo and the windows rolled down (yes.. you heard right...

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Book Review: The Blender Girl
Aug05

Book Review: The Blender Girl

  This delicious book hasn’t got much to do with sustainable or eco fashion but is a bit of a carry over from last months ‘Nourish’ blog theme focus. I came across The Blender Girl cook book the day before I was having my wisdom teeth out. It has been a brilliant companion over the last couple of weeks and has provided lots of cooking inspiration! During my post op ‘solid food ban’ I spent a great...

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Tried and Tested: Bee Eco and Cashew Cheese
Jul09

Tried and Tested: Bee Eco and Cashew Cheese

  Eco Bee wraps are the plastic reduction initiative of self sufficient Sunshine Coast locals, the Devine family. Their off the grid solar powered home surrounded by 50 acres of land nestled amongst pristine Noosa Hinterland state forest is the source of inspiration for the Bee Eco sustainable organic food storage solution they have on offer. On a journey to zero waste the family adapted the traditional Outback Drover oiled cloth...

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Take Action: Plastic Free July & Nut Milk
Jul08

Take Action: Plastic Free July & Nut Milk

  Ok… I am a little behind the eight ball with the Plastic Free July challenge information. One week and one day to be precise. However we can look at it from the point of view that any day is a good day to start reducing plastic. Some of you may remember that month I spent collecting, photographing and weighing my household waste. It has been seven months since the Waste Weigh Up┬áchallenge ended but I can safely say it has...

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Banana ‘Ice Cream’ and Superbrand Secrets
Jul01

Banana ‘Ice Cream’ and Superbrand Secrets

As you may have read in my ramblings on the Peppermint Take Action post on June 24th, for the month of July I hope to bring you delicious food and adventures around my local area as a way to nourish the body and soul over the uni mid year holiday break. Steph of The Inelegant Horse Rider, a long term blogging buddy of mine who I met via Instagram, has also jumped aboard the Nourish in July bandwagon and I can’t wait to see what...

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