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Sustainable Fashion With Saywood

Sustainable Fashion With Saywood

We spoke to Harriet Saywood-Bellisario, owner of Saywood, an eco-friendly, sustainable and ethical clothing brand based here in Walthamstow to find out what she's doing differently. 

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Our Top Tips For Reducing Food Waste

Our Top Tips For Reducing Food Waste

It is no secret that food waste is a huge issue globally, with around 6.7 million tonnes of food being wasted each year in the UK alone. Household food waste is a major contributing factor to this. However, by adapting and changing just a few of our daily habits, we can make a massive difference to the amount of food that gets wasted. 

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Essential Swaps To Create a Zero-Waste Bathroom

Essential Swaps To Create a Zero-Waste Bathroom

Human beings produce a lot of waste in our daily lives. From the cardboard cups that carry our morning coffee, to the disposable cutlery we use at lunchtime, and even the food leftovers after dinner (portion control is hard, we get it!) … waste is quite literally all around us.  That waste does not just disappear. It ends up in our fields, in our waters, and sometimes in us. It is imperative to counteract the ever-growing problem of stuff that we adopt a zero-waste, or at least more minimal lifestyle. The essence of the zero-waste movement lies in shifting consumption...

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Greener Habits Smashed Chickpea Salad

Greener Habits Smashed Chickpea Salad

Chickpeas are a pantry essential for a reason. Not only are they delicious, but chickpeas are a rich source of vitamins, minerals and fiber, too. We sell chickpeas, zero-waste, naturally. All you have to do to prepare them to cook is soak them overnight. If that sounds too daunting for you, or you need your chickpeas pronto, you can use the quick soak method which consists of boiling chickpeas for five minutes and allowing them to sit in that water for an hour.  Because of their creamy and buttery flavour, chickpeas are a great vegan alternative to fish. One of...

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