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We're going crazy for ferments after featuring them in the current Dec/Jan issue; we can't get enough of them! So here's four more fabulous recipes for you.
There’s something wrong with eco products on the market. Jon Dee says we shouldn’t have green products or choices, but that we should be greening up the entire market instead.
Perfect as sweet little gifts or a unique way to decorate your home, terrariums are also a great way to reuse any glass jars or containers.
A chat with Gilles-Eric Séralini, a world-leading expert on the effects of eating genetically modified foods, brings up emotional debate about why we’re treating our bodies and the environment like garbage cans.
With the arrival of warmer weather, we cook outdoors more than ever – but when it comes to firing up the barbie, which is the more sustainable sizzler?
With a little time and patience, you can fill your garden with your favourite plants, without breaking the bank. Here’s how to propagate plants from your own garden… or someone else’s.
Play up your eyes without the sting with these mascaras full of natural goodness.
An easy, thirst-quenching recipe for hot summer days.
Spend some well deserved ‘shut-eye’ in sustainable bed sheets from these companies.
At the Youth Food Movement’s event (the Community feature in the new Dec/Jan issue), we met permaculturalist Rosie, who kindly shared some timely recipes for preserves and ferments that would make great home made gifts for the festive season.