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CarnitarianCarnitarian

Definitely Not Vegan! Nowadays many people have become vegan or vegetarian, but for someone like me, I could never give up meat. That is why I am here to talk about another option, being a carnitarian. A carnitarian is when you don’t eat fish or seafood and it turns out ...

The Milkwood TreeThe Milkwood Tree

Earth Day – Restore Our Earth “I love the Milkwood Tree! They help to block fires because they act as a fire block and I love the way they have formed a forest at Monkey Valley Resort in Noordhoek.” I chose to feature this favourite tree of mine as we ...

Our Cooking Show Episode 1Our Cooking Show Episode 1

Cooking a Vegan Meal from Scratch… Imagine cooking vegan Spanish Rice from scratch? Using pure, organic vegetables? Cooking a vegan meal from scratch is delicious. Earth Kid Kaely blogged about this cooking show: “Last week Friday my school peers and I all arrived at my house. We have taken on ...

Veganism – Pros and ConsVeganism – Pros and Cons

Veganism is trending. BUT, like any trend, it comes with many pros and cons. Talking diets is a sensitive topic too as every person has their own needs and every person has their own views about diet. Talking environment, however, is essential to our survival. How we eat links to ...

Baby NutterbutBaby Nutterbut

Baby Nutterbut is a crafty idea thanks to Amelie’s creative brain. She made her own friend from her own vege patch at home! It all started two years ago when Simon created the Skype Page called Mr Nutterbut. Simon is very worried about food waste globally, in Africa, and locally. ...

New Baby BunniesNew Baby Bunnies

Our holiday started out with getting two new baby bunnies, Luno and Archie. Luno was eight weeks old and Archie was four months old. Both of them are white and gray and Archie has red eyes. Luno is so cheeky he chomps the vegetables in the veggie patch! They are ...