• Life after Plastic-free July

    So, Plastic-free July is over for another year.  I got the distinct impression over on social media that interest in the Plastic-free July movement is growing, yay! 😄  And no wonder, with more and more horrifying impressions of plastic pollution around the world being shared in the media.  I stumbled upon this mini-video on Instagram the

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  • Fermented buckwheat pancakes

    Since sharing my recipe for fermented buckwheat bread (my last blog post), I’ve had really positive feedback from people who have tried it and love it – for all the same reasons that I do: it’s super easy, it’s affordable, it’s sensitive-gut-friendly, and most importantly, it’s yummy! So now I’m hoping that I’ll get a

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  • Fermented buckwheat bread

    If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you might be surprised to learn that my gluten-free sourdough starter is now languishing in neglect at the back of my fridge since I discovered fermented buckwheat bread (poor thing!).  Since making my first experimental loaf, I have baked only buckwheat bread, because not only is

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  • My zero waste aspirations

    ‘Zero waste’ is a new attitude towards environmentalism that is growing fast in popularity and momentum. I find it seriously inspiring, if not a little bit daunting – the idea that you can live a fulfilling, ethical life leaving only a minimal amount of waste in your wake, without having to forsake convenience, productivity, or

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  • Homemade hazelnut mylk

    It’s been 6 months since I wrote about how, and why, I quit milk.  I’ve actually ended up eschewing dairy completely, except for the odd restaurant or takeaway curry.  Oh, and I still occasionally buy a wedge of Castello cheese – there will always be a place in my stomach for Castello cheese!  Given that

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