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Can you have your cake and eat it?

SEP 16_A slice of the good life.
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INSPIRING HEALTHIER, GREENER LIFESTYLES
FOOD - FASHION - HOMES - NEIGHBOURHOODS
 
CAN YOU HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT?
 

We have our in-house foodie, Tessa, to thank for pulling this pun-filled birthday cake trick out of the bag. Yes. We turned two this week, so to celebrate we thought we'd share some of the highlights from year 2, plus a peek at the cake expectations for the year to come. Now you can enjoy a slice of the good life without being a sponge on the environment, or have your cake and eat it, so to speak.

10 IDEAS TO REKINDLE YOUR THREADS

We packed our favourite ways to revamp a wardrobe and get conscious about fashion in one handy guide. Want to learn about sustainable fashion or have an autumn wardrobe swap with friends? Here's your guide.

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JOIN THE DINING CLUB

With IKEA we've been helping 250 households to live a more sustainable life at home. Now, between 10th - 25th September IKEA are hosting dining clubs to help people get crafty in the kitchen. The theory: the more confident we are with improv cooking, the less food we're likely to waste. Try it out and brush up your culinary skills. 

BOOK & COOK
BONKERS ABOUT BINS

Just when you thought we couldn't come up with another bin idea, we did! We've expanded the cigarette-butt Ballot Bin, to this, which was at the Edinburgh Fringe nudging people to keep the fringe tidy by voting with their general litter.
 
88 RECIPES TO TICKLE YOUR TASTE BUDS

Whether it's pancakes or pumpkins that float your plate, there's a dish of almost every flavour and cuisine for some leftover cooking inspiration. Keep an eye out for some celeb chefs' recipes too.

CLICK & COOK
BEHIND THE SCENES FILMING 'COMMUNITREES'

Each year £400,000 is spent clearing litter from the Forest of Dean. That's why 50 weird and wonderful communitrees made out of litter found on the forest floor have been reminding visitors to take their litter home. Film coming soon.
 
KEEP IT FRESH

This weekend Sainsbury's will be handing out 1 million fridge thermometers to customers across the UK following our joint pilot in Derbyshire to help people cut food waste. Why? Keeping your fridge between 0-5degC helps keep your food fresh. 

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