My tea obsession is no secret and pretty well documented. One thing I discovered during Zero Waste Week is I throw a lot of used green tea leaves into the compost. I know some people reuse tea bags and the leaves to make more than one cup but I don’t see the point in that as all of the health benefits from the tea come out in the first boil. I wanted to look into other ways that you can reuse tea leaves. Read More »10 Uses for Leftover Green Tea Leaves
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I have been eyeing up the pot of hummus in our fridge with a sense of doom. This one pot could be my downfall in my Zero Food Waste Week challenge. Once opened it really needs to be consumed within 3 days however the shop bought pots are pretty big so unless you plan to only eat hummus for 3 days there’s a fair chance that you are going to have some leftover.Read More »10 Uses for Leftover Hummus
My pledge for Zero Waste Week this year is to reduce our food waste which means that I have been trying out a few new things including making my own crisps from leftover potato peels.Read More »Thrifty Thursday – Homemade Potato Crisps
I have recently signed up to become a blog ambassador for Zero Waste Week. If you don’t know what it’s about then do check it out.Read More »Thrifty Thursday – Homemade Chicken Stock
Recently I have found myself throwing away the two end pieces of my loaves of bread which is very un-thrifty of me I know. I needed some inspiration so I turned to Twitter and asked others what they do with their end bits.Read More »Thrifty Thursday – What To Do with the End Pieces of Bread?