Eco-friendly Spring Cleaning Tips

We’re finally into spring in the Northern hemisphere and autumn down in the southern parts of the world. The change in seasons is the perfect excuse to give your living space a deep clean. But beware of the toxic chemicals and environmental damage that lie within many conventional cleaning products. The cleaning product industry is […]

Eco-friendly Valentine’s Day do’s + don’ts

An eco-friendly Valentine’s Day is a great way to show your partner some love while still loving the planet. Throughout history, Valentine’s Day was a time to send handwritten notes and cards to your Valentine to express your love. But like most traditions including Christmas and Birthdays, Valentine’s Day has been overtaken by hyper-consumerism.  Valentine’s […]

Eco-friendly New Year’s Resolutions in action

It’s officially February, which is the perfect time to check in on how we’re going with our new year’s resolutions. If you’re like me, you might’ve had a few eco-friendly resolutions to pay it forward for mother earth. Here are my eco-friendly resolutions and an update on how they’re going one month in. Don’t feel […]

Zero Waste Living: How to live zero waste (or close to it!)

Zero waste living is taking the eco world by storm. The movement’s origins can be traced back to early adopters including Bea Johnson, Kathryn Kellogg and Lauren Singer. While their work is something to be inspired by, their sustainable lifestyles can seem overwhelming – especially if you’re just getting started. And that’s just it. All […]

Eco-packaging: Why paper bags are BAD for the planet

Paper bags have become the latest eco-packaging choice for businesses and consumers wanting to act (or appear) more environmentally-friendly. What’s not to like? Paper bags are biodegradable, recyclable and natural. It’s easy to assume that when compared to their scandalous plastic counterparts, paper bags are a sustainable and eco-packaging choice. But like most environmental issues, […]

Oat pulp banana bread balls

Oat pulp recipes have become my new culinary staple. Considering I make about 1-2L of oat milk per week, I’ve got a lot of oat pulp leftover to experiment with! Just in case you don’t already know, oat pulp is the gooey, gluggy mess leftover from straining homemade oat milk. Why should you make your own […]

Environmental quotes that will inspire you to save the planet

Anyone who’s seen my Instagram feed knows I love a good inspirational quote, especially from some of the world’s best environmentalists and activists. Here’s a list of my favourites environmental quotes: Indigenous Environmental Quotes “The Holy Land is everywhere” – Black Elk “Our spirituality is a oneness and an interconnectedness with all that lives and […]

Oat pulp chocolate brownies

Oat pulp is the gooey gluggy mess leftover from straining homemade oat milk. Any non-dairy milk is a more sustainable choice than dairy. However, most store-bought non-dairy milk comes in single-use plastic or difficult-to-recycle cartons. Buying non-dairy milk is essentially paying for water as water is the top ingredient in most brands! If you’ve begun […]

12 ways to use oat pulp leftover from making homemade oat milk

Oat pulp is the leftover gooey mess that remains after homemade oat milk has been strained. If you’ve stopped paying for water and started avoiding single-use packaging, you’ve probably begun making your own non-dairy milk at home. That’s good news for the planet because oat milk is one of the easiest, cheapest and most environmentally-friendly […]

4 ingredient oat milk that doesn’t separate

Making oat milk that doesn’t separate is as easy as throwing three natural, cheap and sustainable ingredients in a blender. Skip the single-use packaging of store-bought non-dairy milk and stop paying for water with this easy oat milk recipe. Why is oat milk mainly water? If you’ve ever glanced at the ingredient list of any […]

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