Now Available: On-The-Go Digestion Blend

Cardamom is considered one of the world’s oldest culinary spices, with the Egyptians even chewing the pods for digestion, and using the spice within their rituals. In India, cardamom is a popular Ayurvedic spice, utilised to help ease digestive difficulties, for cleansing, and as a way to freshen breath – even high-class women (who hadContinue reading “Now Available: On-The-Go Digestion Blend”

Zero Waste Winter Porridge Cake (V)

With November here in a few days, Summer smoothie bowls, cool crispy salads and iced coffees are out, and warming soups, spiced chai and hot porridges are most definitely in! It’s amazing what can be made from leftovers – and with a little creative thinking and lots of hungry guests to feed, we were able toContinue reading “Zero Waste Winter Porridge Cake (V)”

Waste-Not Soft & Easy Apple + Oat Cookies

According to Food Aware, every year in the UK, 18 million tonnes of food ends up in landfill. This isn’t just food that may have gone mouldy or completely inedible, this is food that is 100% good enough to eat. It’s the sort of thing that has just gone past it’s ‘use by’ date, orContinue reading “Waste-Not Soft & Easy Apple + Oat Cookies”

Interview: Douglas McMaster & Brighton’s Silo

  Sustainability, nourishing food, properly cooked, nutrient-dense, respectful of the environment, and respectful of the body: These are just a few of the principles behind the creations from Silo; the relatively recent café, restaurant, workshop space and ecologically sound environment to grace Brighton’s North Lanes. With up-cycled furniture and a passion for ‘zero-waste’, Silo isContinue reading “Interview: Douglas McMaster & Brighton’s Silo”