How to transform wrinkly kiwis and mushy avocado’s into a delicious dessert!

I don’t know about you, but I struggle to work out when kiwis and avocados are ripe. To stay on the safe side I leave them out in the fruit bowl until the kiwis have gone wrinkly and the avocados are a bit squishy. Unfortunately by this time they may have gone too far the
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A quick, inexpensive, sugar free curry sauce recipe

I usually buy curry sauce in jars because I always thought making my own version was too complicated, but I have realised it couldn’t be easier to throw one together and it is far cheaper if I make it myself! It also has the added bonus of being sugar free and uses less packaging! Ingredients
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What I think about the £2000 sharing economy tax break

The UK government has shown it’s support for the ‘sharing’ economy in the 2016 budget with a potential £2000 worth of tax breaks for people who want to start up micro – businesses. This is really encouraging and good news for us. We rent out part of our garage for storage and we earn £65
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A delicious use it up sugar free zero waste dessert!

Last December we went on holiday and by avoiding waste we saved ourselves over £500 (read more here)! One of the things I did was to freeze some milk that we couldn’t use up before we went away. I froze it in an ice cube tray and once the cubes were made stored them in a
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I’m in the rubbish hot 100!

Resource Media’s Hot 100 – their list of the ‘brightest sparks of the waste industry’ was recently announced and I managed to sneak in there at number 76, which was pretty exciting.  Thanks to Karen Cannard for sharing this picture on Twitter! There were some familiar faces in the list who I want to say
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Beautiful beetroot and butternut frittata!

On the first weekend in October we went to our local fruit and veg pick your own farm and came back with several pumpkins and butternut squashes. They have been sitting in my house for a few weeks now! When I went to check on them recently I noticed the butternut squashes were starting to
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How to store Jerusalem artichokes and 20 ways to eat them!

We went to a seedling swap a couple of years ago and came back with some Jerusalem artichoke tubers. You can read more here, but basically we took some seedlings and swapped them for other people’s seedlings or in this case tubers – it was great! My husband planted the tubers in our garden and
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