A ‘poo’ free haircut!

I have been thinking about having my hair cut for ages, but was a bit worried that a hairdresser wouldn’t cut my hair unless I shampooed it.  I haven’t had a hair cut in a long time, months and months.  In fact I can’t even remember when it last got cut.  Today I decided to
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They’re not from there and they don’t taste anything like it…

Jerusalem artichokes actually originate from North America and I think they taste a little like Chinese water chestnuts, especially if you slice them up and stir fry them. Several months ago we went to a seedling swap in Preston Park in Brighton (organised by Harvest, BHOGG and Brighton and Hove Food Partnership).  We took some of our spare
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A home grown winter salad!

Around a week or so ago, I had the last salad of the year from our veg garden.  Everything was homegrown and it included: tomatoes – yellow and red cucumber radishes rocket pak choi courgette chives lemon balm We (i.e. my husband) planted the cucumber and courgettes quite late and although we didn’t have great
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A hair update!

In case you haven’t already been following my ‘poo’ free journey, I went shampoo free again on the 27th September.  I washed my hair with olive oil soap and then didn’t wash it at all for 2 weeks.  I washed it again with olive oil soap and then went another 3 weeks without washing my hair.  I decided to take photos
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Going ‘poo’ free again!

Two days ago I announced that I was going to undertake a year of eco challenges   The first of which was to give up shampoo again.  I have tried this before and it didn’t go very well.  I started rather optimistically back in June/ July 2012.  After six weeks it wasn’t going well, but I was still feeling optimistic
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