All in Blog
The grey clouds are permanently looming, threatening to open up and drench us at any point. It’s a dangerous game heading out of the house, as the chances you get caught up in a down pour have increased.
“you don’t need them! Just come with me and I’ll protect you.”
Today marks the start of the International Rebellion, organised through Extinction Rebellion. They are an international movement that uses non-violent civil disobedience in an attempt to halt mass extinction and minimise the risk of social collapse. In less than 12 months, Extinction Rebellion has become the fastest-growing environmental organisation in the world.
People have realised over the past 3 years that houseplants are an inexpensive, stylish and therapeutic way of bringing nature into their homes. In a time where we all lead such busy, urban lives, it’s such a lovely thing having your own mini jungle to return to and lose yourself in.
We all know that no one actually reads the lengthy text at the start of recipes so let’s just get into it, shall we?
If you’re really averse to reading recipes there is a video at the end you can watch to get a gist of how to make these tasty falafels/burgers!
Every month Hoogah adds two items to their menu, every time those items are purchased the money is put towards the charity who curated them. This month the charity is EYST, Ethnic Minority & Youth Support Team Wales.
How do you find inspiration? Do you read a book? Watch a film? Listen to music? How about talking to those who share your passion for getting stuff done and utilizing time?
From locally sourcing your ingredients to eco friendly production methods such as no bake recipes, there’s plenty of options for sustainable baking.
I went into this thinking it’d be a challenge and I was genuinely quite excited to join the veganuary bandwagon. Thankfully I love to cook and getting creative is my forte, so ditching dairy was rather fun.