Our Blogs

Our blogs are all about the different ways we can live more sustainable lives. Visit our Peak & Stumble blog to read about how we’re finding new ways of travelling more sustainably. More of a foodie? Our Little & Large food blog has recipes and tips to help your diet have less of an impact on the environment. There’s also our Fox & Moon blog, which is all about creating a more sustainable home, from the materials you use to build it, to the products you fill your cupboards and wardrobe with.

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Latest Posts

Have Your Pumpkin & Eat It Too

Halloween just wouldn’t be the same if you didn’t pimp your pumpkin and pop it on your porch. But every year, around 18,000 tonnes of perfectly edible pumpkin (enough for a bowl of soup fo…
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Yasai Katsu Curry

A post shared by Wagamama NZ ( on May 21, 2017 at 4:24pm PDT We’re huge Wagamama fans – but with only five restaurants in New Zealand (all of them on the North Island), we had…
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Vegan Chocolate & Raspberry Brownies

Ingredients 4 tablespoons sunflower or canola oil, 1 cup or 200g dairy-free dark chocolate 1  1/2 cups or 175g self-raising flour 1/2 cup or 50g cocoa powder 1 cup or 175g caster sugar sea salt 1 tea…
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7 Steps Towards A Plastic Free Life

Every single piece of plastic ever made still exists. We produce around 300 million tons of it every year – half of which is for single use, and scientists now predict that the ocean will contai…
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Our Top 10 Sustainable Travel Tips

Being a more sustainable person is all about making choices. So being a more sustainable traveller means making choices about where we travel, when we go and how we get there. It’s also about the wa…
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How To Make Beeswax Candles

Beeswax candles are a wonderful natural and sustainable alternative to paraffin – and they last longer as they burn more slowly. They let off a beautiful, warm glow and a light honey scent. Plus…
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How To Make The Perfect Risotto

Many people find the concept of making risotto daunting, as this seemingly difficult dish appears to take hours to prepare, and years to perfect. But this simply this isn’t true. All you need is the…
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5 Reasons You Should Go Into The Wild

These days it’s so easy to catch the travel bug – just scrolling down your Instagram feed is enough to get your wanderlust going. Exotic, untouched and off the beaten track destinations, t…
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Creamy Mushroom & Lemon Pasta

This recipe serves around 4-6 people (80 – 100g of pasta per person). For perfect pasta, remember the 10 – 100 – 1000 rule – the ratio of salt to pasta to water. Ingredients 40…
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Caramelised Red Onion Chutney

We’re huge fans of this tried and tested recipe. It’s so quick and easy, and you should already have most of these ingredients at home – so won’t be too expensive to make. It m…
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