How you eat contributes significantly to your carbon footprint. Yet a truly “low carbon” diet is complex to achieve. Discover a few simple ways you can start reducing your environmental impact and carbon consumption without raising your anxiety levels.
When we have existential threats around us, it’s easy to be pulled into a panic spiral, and the danger is that “saving the planet” never feels like a concrete thing we can actually have a hope of doing. But as with all the best advice, it comes down to “micro-actions”.
Here’s a list of mindful acts you can do to benefit your health, life and planet in the three minutes it takes to boil the kettle for a cup of tea.
You might be wondering: What on earth does a game of tennis have to do with leading a low-tox life?
You can serve this healthy and delicious curry with cashew nuts, leftover cold vegies, pickled carrot, yoghurt or fresh coriander.
This “cheat” teff bread is basically a bready pancake you could cook in a skillet in minutes and have with lunch.
If you’ve ever found lentils to be tough on your tummy, don’t despair — just give them a good soak overnight in a bowl of water with the juice of half a lemon.
Try one of these nasty-free chicken satay skewers (hint: you won’t be able to stop at one)
Looking for a simple meal the whole family will enjoy? This Indonesian simple fish curry is not too spicy, making it perfect for everyone
What works as a stand-alone vegetarian dish, goes well with tofu, and can even proudly accompany a chicken or fish dish? Vegetarian cashew and zucchini Indonesian noodles, of course
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