There are many different zero waste snacks that exist and they are very simple to make. It only takes a little bit of preparation and planning ahead of time! It all depends on your own preference and how much time you have. We have made a list of zero waste snacks to consider making when you have some free time on your hands!
Every person has likely faced situations that forced them to throw food out that has either "gone bad" or looked inedible. The environmental and economic impacts that food waste contributes to can be overlooked especially while living in the era of overconsumption and abundance.
My favourite part of the holiday season is the food! Delicious food will always have a special place in my heart and I wanted to put together a list of eco-friendly recipes that you can incorporate into your holiday menu. You can reduce your carbon footprint this winter by limiting the animal products on your holiday dinner menu.
One of my favourite winter drinks is a peppermint hot chocolate. It's the perfect combination of sweet and minty! I decided to create my own version of the Peppermint Hot Chocolate or Peppermint Mocha (you can always leave out the peppermint if you're not a fan— it's still a delicious hot chocolate recipe!) that you might find at Starbucks and it is pretty delicious if I do say so myself. Plus, you can customize it to your own preferences!
Pickling vegetables is so much fun all year round! It's a cheap but delicious way to spice up any meal. We wanted to share a simple and easy way to make homemade pickles just cause who doesn't love a stinking good pickle?