Check out our top 5 Vegan Thanksgiving video recipes, we got them all in one playlist for your convenience. You can also check the written recipes below.
Treats can be healthy too! 🙂 While searching for easy (sometimes no-bake) and quick vegan Halloween treats to make, we found plenty of recipes.
Below we added a YouTube playlist where you can find our Top 10 tutorials. We hope you find them inspiring!
“If you eat Asian food, you have the experience of using single-use chopsticks. Almost 25 million trees and bamboo plants are needed. So, in order to avoid such waste, people started repurposing them.“
ecotip: Have your own set of reusable chopsticks, and whenever you go to a restaurant or order takeout, tell them not to include chopsticks 🙂
Updated: June 2016
You know these things, you may see them every single day if you drink milk or juice from tetra pak. Since we landed to Heidelberg, I’ve been collecting these plastic pull tabs hoping one day to upcycle / repurpose them, but it has been difficult to find really cool ideas, but today I decided to put together the ones that are really worth sharing. The most common one you find plenty of tutorials about is the ring for kids, but here are others that may be of interest. Now I just have to choose one to start with on my own!
Hope you find them inspirational and if you have an idea of your own or you have seen something not showing here, let us know! Any contribution is welcome 🙂
Mason jars have been around for over 100 years, and they were originally used for canning and preserving food. Over the past few decades, however, the uses for these versatile jars have taken a creative spin. From gift containers to wedding decorations, Mason jars are on thousands of Pinterest boards for one reason or another. Dinah Wulf compiled a list of common and creative uses for these versatile jars and has broken these down into four categories: recipes, gardens, gifts, and crafts. She also included some DIYs you can try each of them out!
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Autumn is nearly here! What I love about Fall is the cozy indoor weather, having cups of tea and watching the colourful leaves covering the ground. But apart from leaves, there are some other stuff falling from trees like pinecones, Kastanien (chestnuts) and acorns, which are great to collect them for home/office decoration, don’t you think? And well, even if they don’t fall from trees, but is the major icon for Fall: Pumpkins! Below there are ideas which I hope they inspire you using dry leaves, pinecones, chestnuts, acorns, pumpkins and even seasonal fruits (crafts you can do with/for your Kids, as well!)
Click on the following images that will take you to ecogreenlove’s previous (updated) roundups, there are plenty of ideas in each! (open in new window)
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Updated: June 2016
“Take time to think about what Dad enjoys, so you can pick something he will actually use and enjoy… Go beyond the usual Father’s Day card and include a special memory or two you have about special times with him, especially something he may not know you consider special.”
Remember, is more significant when you give something personalised you made by yourself, avoid consuming! And a big respectful thought to all those who play both parent roles 💚