You might be thinking to yourself, how can my cookware be toxic?
The most zero-waste way to enjoy drinking water is by eliminating any plastic bottles, filters or Brita pitchers whatsoever.
Kitchen sponges are something that everyone uses, and it would be impossible to live without them, right?
Did you know that we produce just about 200 million tonnes of plastic each year? – And the numbers just keep on growing!
Dish soap bars are a great alternative to the commercial plastic bottles of washing up liquid – they last way longer, and your kitchen won’t be as cluttered either.
For those of you interested in a greener lifestyle, you may have already heard about compost bins, including the benefits of owning one.
This is for all coffee lovers. If you’re an avid coffee drinker and have even invested in a coffee maker or two at home, you’ve probably come across the single-use coffee pods.
I love to cook – cooking makes my soul and my tummy happy! I have however never been able to cook in moderation, so the meals that I make for me and my partner (only 2 people), easily feed anything between 4 people and an army.
Start your zero-waste lifestyle in the kitchen! Today, we’re going to take you through some sustainable and zero-waste swaps that you can introduce into your kitchen.
Approximately 600 billion disposable cups every year fill our landfills and even end up in our oceans.