Ethical eating has become a hot topic recently, especially with consumers seemingly lurching towards veganism. Many food brands have started releasing vegan products, such as the infamous Gregg’s vegan sausage roll in the UK. But whilst veganism is seen as the apex of ethical eating, is a vegan grocery list really that much better than a vegetarian one?
Shopping can be stressful and tiring. For some people, the fewer trips they make to the grocery store or supermarket the better. Some people might also simply not have the time to shop every few days, or even make weekly trips. Whatever your reason for wanting to avoid the grocery store, or whether you’re not able to make it to the supermarket often, making a good monthly grocery list will save you a lot of hassle, and more.
You say tom-ay-to. I say tom-ah-to. Who cares! They’re delicious. Whilst most of us will probably buy the canned variety more often than not, there’s still something great about taking the time to make a homemade tomato sauce from fresh tomatoes, or slicing up some nice big juicy ones to put straight into your salad. Regardless of how you want to use them, you should still beef up your knowledge about how to store tomatoes to get the most out of them.
We already extolled the virtues of canned goods and why it can be just as healthy as fresh food. We also gave you a list of 10 canned pantry essentials. Now we’ll give you the lowdown on how to store canned food. Will you discover that you’re doing something wrong? Or is there a way for you to improve your canned food storage technique?
Apples are quite possibly the world’s most famous fruit. An apple is anecdotally responsible for the theory of gravity. One is even the symbol of one of the world’s most successful tech companies. They’re as well-known as they are tasty. In the USA, 2,500 apple varieties are grown. It’s no wonder apple pie is considered “the” American desert. Whilst they’re delicious and full of vitamin C, fiber, and even boron, do you know how to store apples to get the most out of their shelf life?
Puppies are awesome. Dogs have always been considered “man’s best friend”. But for many, they’re a member of the family. If you’re getting a new pupper, be sure that your home is ready and welcoming with this new puppy checklist.
Spring is in the air! Flowers are blooming, baby lambs are being born, and your home is just begging for some spring cleaning. Minimalism is in the air, too. With the rising popularity of Marie Kondo and her KonMarie method, and the less than minimal following of The Minimalists, you might be more eager to tidy up and declutter your life than you usually are. This means you’re going to need a good spring cleaning checklist.
Do your groceries spark joy? Whilst Marie Kondo is great for providing decluttering tips for your home, what about what you shop for, cook, and eat? Take the time to remove some of the excess from your kitchen by knowing how to declutter your groceries and create a minimalist grocery list.