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Do Linen Bread Bags Actually Work?

Linen…It’s this season’s wearable fashion staple. We love it for keeping us fresh in summer and warm as the weather cools. It also looks very on-trend sitting on our kitchen benches, filled with delicious fresh bread.  And this is not the end of the linen magic. As a natural fibre that breathes, linen bread bags are said to keep your bread fresher for longer and mould free. But do they actually work? Are they worth your hard earned money to buy?   The linen bread bag test. In a recent test (carried out just last year) three common storage methods for bread were tested to see which delivered the best results in keeping your bread fresh longer. What methods were...

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The Anatomy of a Reusable Bread Bag

Do you know all the features of our reusable Aussie Bread Bags? We’re proud to say that we’ve worked hard to hand master a reusable storage solution for your fresh breads with all the bells and whistles.  All whilst keeping them at an affordable price. Created by an Aussie mum with mums in mind, she believes a no fuss product was essential to become part of every household. The Anatomy of Aussie Bread Bags: a gusseted base and reinforced stitching means it’s both sturdy and functional.  woven with freezer proof fabric makes storing bread for later on simple. a drawstring top for quick and easy sealing that also doubles as a handle. washing machine safe equals no special attention needed (mums...

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Winter School Holidays 2020

First day of Winter school holidays! Well, wasn't term 2 just a shamozzle. Another two weeks off with the kidlets again, and the question is asked again, what to do?? Below, I've put a few eco-friendly suggestions for you to try if you get the chance… Make a bird feeder. If you’re feeling crafty, this is a good one to help the kids use their imaginations whilst using up potential landfill and doing a good deed for your local birdlife. We found this site has a good assortment of DIY bird feeders, from the super simple to create, to the slightly more complex style. Once you have a look, you may even just find things around your own home you can...

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Plastic Free July 2020

It's Plastic Free July time 2020! It feels like this July has just flown back around!  Anyway, this year, I've put a list together of the absolute necessities that I feel should be replaced with sustainable options around our homes. These are items that just about all of us use in our homes every day. Check them out and next time you need a new one, look into upgrading yours to a sustainable option.   Beauty and Personal CareRazor - a stainless steel one that has replaceable blades.Shaving cream - these can be bought as bars instead of in the traditional tins.Menstrual cup - a fabulous alternative to the hundreds of tampons us ladies go through!Period underwear - these are a great...

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World Population Day 2020

The inspiration behind this day came from the interest that surrounded “Five Billion Day”, which was the day the world population ticked over five billion people on July 11th 1987. Now, 33 years later in 2020, the worlds population is fast approaching 8 billion people worldwide with China and India leading the way with in excess of one billion each, largely due to poverty, illiteracy and lack of contraceptive needs to women. At this rate, we’re expected to hit 10 billion people worldwide, which many scientists believe is the maximum number of humans the Earth can sustain, between 2040-2050. Between limited availability of fresh water and constraints on food production, things could turn ugly very quickly. (Read more). The purpose...

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