Coconut yogurt was something that took me FOREVER to master. I was using Minimalist Baker's recipe to start out with, but I could never get it right. It would always end up too thin, and the flavor of the canned coconut milk tasted kind of "tinny" to me. Then one of you lovely readers told… Continue reading package free: coconut yogurt
If you can squeeze in a little time on the weekend, do this: head to the market and pick up fresh, seasonal fruits, veggies and greens. Wash them and store them so that they are ready to use. Then make a few basics- these will vary depending on your preferences. For us, I like to… Continue reading a fall meal prep: basics edition
Zero waste can seem like an elite, ableist idea full of promise yet unattainable in today's fast paced life. Since we currently operate in a linear economy where things are specifically manufactured to eventually end up in a landfill (as opposed to a circular one where things are re-used, recycled, up cycled and repaired indefinitely),… Continue reading zero waste bathroom.