plastic free tips

  • Low waste and sustainable Christmas ideas!

    Christmas time is here!! I love this time of the year preparing decorations, Christmas tree.. hustle and excitement, family time and celebration wi...
  • How to best use Eco Sumki bread bag to make your bread last!

    Cotton bread bag lets bread breath! 

    Ideally, you should store your loaf in a cotton bread bag. Leave your bread in a relatively cool place so it can maintain normal ambient moisture levels.

    It is not recommended to store bread in the fridge. A fridge is an extremely dry environment and will harden the bread quickly.

    For the best result here are some tips on how to use Eco Sumki bread bag make bread last longer.

  • Why Sumki bread bag is better?

    Hi, Before I launched into this adventure I joined Plastic Free July challenge and reusable bread bag was one of the things I have purchased.  It w...
  • Plastic bag facts. Reusable shopping bag benefits.

    Here are a few facts about plastic bags to help demonstrate the value of reusable bags to consumers and the environment. 

    • According to various estimates, Taiwan consumes 20 billion plastic bags annually (900 per person), Japan consumes 300 billion bags each year (300 per person), and Australia consumes 6.9 billion plastic bags annually (326 per person). So we are not bad in comparison but how about making it close to even just a million? 
  • Making nut milk.

    Easy nut milk making. 

    Since I stopped having cows milk few years ago, I have struggled to find good nut milk to substitute it (almond milk is my preference). I have tried few different brands in a carton packaging and did not suit my taste...  If you are coffee or tea drinker you will understand me:-)) 

    It was time to start making my own.... 

  • Our first steps to zero waste and plastic free life

    How it all started and first steps we have taken as a family?  

    Here you can find few simple and not so simple steps that helped me to embrace Plastic free and low waste living. 

    Do not take me wrong, I still have plastic in my life but it is down to a minimum we can deal with.

  • Welcome to my little shop!

    Hello and welcome to my eco shop!