Who doesn’t love sausage rolls? My kids love them so I was so pleased to discover a vegan recipe. You can make these two ways. The quickest way is to buy some veggie sausages. We love these ones from aldi which are only $5 for 5 of them. I was also very happy to find… Continue reading Vegan sausage rolls – two ways
After going through the process of making a sour dough starter and then turning it into a loaf of sourdough I now appreciate why it is so expensive. It’s such a time consuming process but it is worth it. Once the starter is alive and you keep feeding it it isn’t too bad. I followed… Continue reading Sourdough Bread
When we started making more vegan food I tried a few different recipes for pancakes with varying success. One batch had so much bicarbonate of soda that Maya and I could feel it tingling on our tongues and I had to bin the lot! A new vegan friend invited us to her house for a… Continue reading Easy Vegan Pancakes
Bella and I love these peanut butter energy balls and she can help to make them as they are really easy and do not require any baking. The measurements are rough as I don’t measure anything out so it’s not important if the ratios are slightly off. As long as it comes together and can… Continue reading Peanut butter energy balls
I am taking part in the Act for Peace ration challenge. For a whole week I will be eating the same rations that a Syrian refugee is given. This includes Rice (1.92kg) Lentils (170g) Dried Chick Peas (85g) Tinned sardines but I will substitute tofu (125g) Tinned kidney beans (400g) Vegetable Oil (300ml) Plain flour (400g).… Continue reading Ration Challenge
It is estimated that we throw away $8 billion worth of food every year here in Australia. 8 billion! That is shocking. 20-40% of fresh fruits and vegetables don’t even make it from the farm to the supermarket because they don’t look quite right – too long, too round, not quite the right shade of… Continue reading Food Waste
I thought I would share some of the small things that we did when we started this journey. Some call it zero-waste but I think living sustainably is the best way to put it. Firstly I’d like to point out that we are far from perfect. This isn’t about being perfect. It’s about doing the… Continue reading Baby Steps
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