Food

Review of Buford Hwy Farmers Market in Atlanta

I live in Chattanooga and this blog is a resource for other Chattanoogans trying to cut back on their waste. However, Atlanta is one of the closest large cities and we Chattanoogans sometimes find ourselves driving through it ๐Ÿ™‚ I recently checked out the Buford Hwy Farmers market since it was right on my way… Continue reading Review of Buford Hwy Farmers Market in Atlanta

Food, Non-toxic living, Recipies

Spices, fresher, cheaper, and zero-waste

I wish I had known about the bulk spice section at EarthFare 10 years ago. Seriously, refilling your spice jars is one of the best financial zero-waste swaps! I also made a low-budget video on how to refill your spices, if that is more your thing, but the following blog post is more thorough. EarthFare's… Continue reading Spices, fresher, cheaper, and zero-waste

Food, Recipies

Hummus, zero waste, zero oil

The Zero-waste chief once said that there is a positive linear relationship between being zero waste and how much hummus you eat. I totally agree! Hummus makes a delicious creamy addition to almost any dish. It is so good that my girls often will eat veggies dipped in hummus for a whole meal. AND, its… Continue reading Hummus, zero waste, zero oil

Food

Peanut butter

Many brands of peanut butter have things besides peanuts in them (salt, sugar, preservatives). Not to mention that they are often packaged in plastic (which are probably leaking chemicals into your food!). Good news, Both EarthFare and Whole Foods in Chattanooga have peanut grinders where you can fill your own container with nothing but ground… Continue reading Peanut butter