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A Personal Choice

I was listening in to a conversation the other day between Meera and Claire. Meera was asking how much Claire spent on buying ‘ecologically sound/sustainable’ food and domestic products. Her point was that she couldn’t afford to buy the ‘good’ … Continue reading

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Your Home for Life – Look after it!

It is very noticeable that the Nepalese who have recently settled in Plumstead are in the habit of exercising, whatever their age. In an ideal world, we would all be encouraged by our parents to find and enjoy the best … Continue reading

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A taste of the Past, today

Old cookery books can be a source of inspiration for anyone wanting to try something different but affordable. Whereas modern cooking seems to be very much about celebrity, cookery books in the past were much more about helping ordinary people … Continue reading

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Growing Greenwich at the Folkus Festival

The annual Folkus Festival at New Cross’s Sanford Housing Co-op in Cold Blow Lane was as fantastic as the rumours and legends I’d heard around it in the past few years, and it was great to be there helping to … Continue reading

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‘Shepherds Pie saves the World’ or could it be lentil soup?

Traditional British dishes offer a real opportunity for sustainable menus. The growing pile of evidence and reports being churned out clearly shows the increasingly terrifying impact of food production on social equality and the environment.  As our desire for more … Continue reading

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