Delicious and nourishing Upcycled Snacks made with food industry by-products, to fight food waste.
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We are on a mission to redefine the concept of 'waste'.
Pulp, is not, waste. 40% of the world's food, produced, is wasted. And in the process, so are the time, water, salaries, fuels, land, resources, to produce it. If food waste were a country, it would be the third largest emitter of green house gases, after the US and China. That's absurd.
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Journal etc.: February, Love Language
Food. Food is our undying love language. And if you're here, we're assuming it might be yours too. Fortunately for us all, there's quite a lot to eat - we mean celebrate - in this next week alone. Here for you with some sustainable tips and upcycling hacks this Chinese New Year/Valentine's/Pancake Day/Second Week of February.
BWL etc.: Old Place Farm Walnuts
Our Borough Market neighbours Food and Forest sell a beautiful Walnut Oil from a local East Sussex farm, Old Place Farm Walnuts. It occurred to me that no one ever talks about what happens to the leftovers when pressing nuts and seeds for oils. But one thing is for certain, the entirety of the ingredient does not end up in the oil. So where does it go?