Given that I had limited time to prepare for Christmas this year I decided to make some granola as a gift for my nearest and dearest. My first ever attempt is this sweet, salty and slightly chewy version which I am sharing with you. Enjoy! Preheat oven to 180. 3 cups gluten free oats 1 [...]
This important film is about a keystone species and how our plundering due to greed effects an entire eco-system. This film was brought to my attention by my friend Yves. Like us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/thelastocean The Ross Sea, Antarctica is the world’s most untouched and intact marine ecosystem. Scientists describe it as a ‘living [...]
Image courtesy of Green School Coming up next week at Green Drinks, we are excited to announce a talk by John Hardy, Founder of the Green School, which was just awarded The Greenest School on Earth award by the US Green Building Council. Looking forward to seeing you guys there! Nadya. For the month of [...]
Check out this company making ultra modern designs using natural fibers including bamboo: www.fritsch-durisotti.com I am kinda loving the electric bike/scoot hybrid…
By popular demand (on twitter!): To say I have been taking the time to make my own almond milk lately wouldalmost be a little lie, the truth is you see, it hardly takes any time at all ( minus the soaking ) Taste the milk before adding any of the Salt, Agave or Vanilla and [...]
Seeing as most of us live in apartments, there’s this book called “Apartment Gardening” which should be really handy – and which would show us that we CAN have green fingers even though we may not have landed property.
Lately I have been lucky enough to have a sneaky and well priced supply of Kale. ( thanks SL! ) While we love the leaves as Cheesy Kale Chips… L. O. V. E kinda love.. Like finger licking lip smacking kinda love, We only use the leaves. So I used the stems to make a [...]