If you’re trying to do your bit for the environment and reduce your ecological footprint perhaps you already sort your household waste into recyclables and non-recyclables, opt for energy saving light bulbs and may even walk instead of using the car or carpool to help reduce emissions. All good stuff.
But most of us are overlooking or unaware of the number one cause of climate change; Continue reading →
First up, I use the spelling mylk when referring to non-dairy, plant-based versions of cow’s milk, as it helps to distinguish which product is being referred to. It’s a subtle way to increase awareness for a plant-based product that is Continue reading →
Bali is one of the most vegan-friendly places on the planet. Eating vegan, organic and gluten-free is the norm rather than the exception, especially in beautiful Ubud, which translated from Balinese means medicine.