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Eating Out

The simplest place to eat zero waste is at buffet settings at food co-ops or restaurants, however with proper preparation you can eat anywhere and produce little to no waste!Step one is to take a look around at the other customers and see what types of waste you might...

How To Start Living Zero Waste Day One

The Rules: 1. Don't Make Waste ​This one is pretty simple, for your zero waste day you’re going to avoid buying new things and creating trash (and that includes recycling -- more on that below)! So that means bringing your coffee cup and water bottle, making sure you...

Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

If you ever use pumpkin or squash when you cook you need to know this simple trick to turn your compost into a tasty snack!  More... This is the simpl

Dead Simple Zero Waste Sourdough Starter

Sourdough is the natural choice for zero waste bread-baking.  All it takes is flour, salt, and water, and you get a beautiful crusty loaf for a fraction of the cost of buying bread. But how on earth do you make a sourdough starter?20 Second SummaryMix flour and...

Recreating My Relationship With Stuff

Diving into my one week zero waste pledge – an empowering invitation to recreate my relationship with the stuff in my life has been a surprisingly heartwarming experience. I thought (okay, feared) it would be like going on a diet (eesh), but instead the effects have...