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Top 5 Tips For Reducing Plastic-use & Waste At Home

The Western world is at the forefront of some very ground-breaking eco-friendly initiatives. Our local communities are making big lifestyle changes in order to produce less waste. Some people cut plastic, while others work in slow fashion, run repair cafes, or conduct upskilling seminars. People of all ages can gain the skills and adopt the mindset to make, create, and care for what they have rather than throw it away and buy new. The world is adopting simple alternatives to mass-produced, store-bought, highly packaged commodities. If you take on each of the five points below one at a time, you'll soon notice a significant reduction in the amount of plastic in your life as well: Top 5 Tips for reducing...

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Refreshing Relief - Berry Pomegranate Smoothie

Ovulation happens in the third phase of your cycle. The eggs are released from the ovaries and travel down the fallopian tubes to the uterus during ovulation. If you don't get pregnant, the eggs will disintegrate in the next 6 to 24 hours. Antioxidants are important to keep the cells in your body, including your eggs, healthy during this phase of your cycle. Antioxidants and other key vitamins abound in berries like raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries, as well as fruits like pomegranate. Flax seeds are also high in omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for controlling ovulation and alleviating cramps and breast soreness that can occur during this, and the luteal phase. Blend up this sweet and delicious Berry Pomegranate...

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Covered In The Kitchen - Beeswax Wraps

Wondering how to best utilize your beeswax wraps? Femino’s Beeswax Food Wraps are a great way to cut down on waste in the kitchen. But, replacing your plastic wrap with this eco-friendly option is just the start! Beeswax wraps are slowly becoming a major part of western households, so here are some DIYs to inspire you. It More Than Just Wraps – It Hugs & Seals Fruits come in strange shapes, and chopping them can make their form even stranger. A plastic food wrap is not only awful for the environment, but it also fails to seal and stick around sliced fruits and vegetables. Wax wraps, on the other hand, are sticky and flexible by nature, embracing the curve of...

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Zero Waste & Sustainable Homes -The Kitchen

This is the room where many of us create the most clutter and waste. It is here that we bring food packaging into our houses and discard it once we have unwrapped whatever is inside. But what if you avoided bringing those items home in the first place, or if you replaced trash-producing disposables and single-use plastics with items that could be reused or composted? Let’s find out shall we. Single-Use Or Non-Compostable Products -The Enemy Replacing typical kitchen items with those that can be recycled endlessly or decompose when they reach the end of their lifespan will help you decrease waste both instantly and over time. The items that can likely be swapped for their ‘Zero Waste’ counterparts include:...

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Beeswax Wraps Vs Plastic Wraps? Guess What?...It's Not Even A Competition!

A revolutionary new kitchen tool is becoming one of the trendiest items in our houses. The beeswax wrap dates back to the 1950s, however this environmentally friendly food packaging product has recently been hitting our homes by storm. But why!? And how does it stack up against its arch-rival, the plastic wrap? Let's find out. A Sustainable Way To Store food The core argument for the beeswax food wrap is that it contributes to a zero-waste approach by reducing the amount of packaging that is thrown away. Beeswax also has antimicrobial characteristics, which helps your food last longer. The Beeswax food wrap is a new generation of food storage; a healthy and sustainable alternative to the plastic film. Packaging – All Natural! When it...

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