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The BEST Homemade Macadamia Milk Recipe | How to Make Your Own Macadamia Milk
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Have you ever tried macadamia milk? Not only do macadamia nuts taste amazing when they're freshly roasted and salted, but they also make a beautiful and creamy plant-based milk!
We've tried many store-bought macadamia milks but they all seem to be very expensive so we wanted to make our own! That is why we are sharing this recipe that is super simple and delicious.
Low Waste Meal Plan | One Week of Low Waste Meals
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Zero Waste Back-to-School Snacks & Lunches
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When it comes to making school lunches, a parent's main concern is that their kids have something they enjoy eating and enough of it. As a result, school lunches usually involves a ton of plastic packaging and unhealthy foods that are not ideal for the environment and most importantly, their kids.
Zero-waste school lunches are much better for the environment and are a great way to get your children to be mindful about the planet! That is why we have created a list of back-to-school lunches and snacks that you can make for your kids.
How to Make Your Own Vegetable Stock at Home (Easy & Delicious)
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Here at Green City Living Co, we are all about reducing waste and being resourceful with what you already have! When it comes to making your own vegetable broth, we recommend using vegetable scraps which is both easy and reduces waste. Vegetable scraps are full of flavour and nutrients. This method is incredibly flexible, meaning you can use a wide variety of ingredients, easily tweaking the recipe to what is available in your home! Check out our easy recipe to create your own vegetable stock at home.
7 Delicious Easter Desserts (Plant-Based & Low-Waste)
Easter is a very fun and colourful holiday. I'll be honest, my favourite part of any holiday is the food! Yes, I'm a huge foodie! If you don't celebrate Easter (like me.. although i've had my fair share of easter egg hunts), you can still use these recipes to celebrate the beginning of Spring and the end of a long, cold winter.