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Most of the time, fruits and veggies go bad for one of two main reasons. They either get mouldy or wilt. Here are a few tricks to try once you’ve figured out what went wrong with your last batch of fruits and veggies.
Changing your diet is one of the most simple and effective ways to reduce your carbon footprint. This week, on our blog, we’ll be giving you 3 tips on how to start including vegan dishes in your daily life without feeling like you’re missing out! Ready?
As we collectively take our first steps into the new year, the team at Earth Day would like to share its beneficial resolutions, which are aimed at doing good for ourselves and the planet.
If you don’t feel like opening your fridge and seeing yet another slice of Yule log when your freezer (and pants) are already bursting at the seams, then it’s your lucky day! In partnership with our Food Fight program, the chef Bobby from Atelier du goût wants to share some inventive recipes with you so you can give your leftovers a second chance. Time to grab your apron!
For a few years now, I’ve been wondering whether we should change our family traditions and transition to a more vegetarian Christmas dinner. And since Christmas will be different from other years in some ways in 2020, why not take the opportunity to change more of our traditions? Without further ado, here are some mouth-watering recipes for a vegetarian Christmas feast!
Did you know that more than 550,000 tons of wrapping paper and gift bags are thrown out in Canada in a single year? So, where should you start if you want to celebrate in a less polluting way? Hopefully, my tricks and alternative wrapping methods will make you want to give a gift to the planet this year by celebrating the holidays in a greener way!
Electric scooters, bikes, cars and buses are all increasingly present in our environment and the transition to electric is occurring for all means of transportation, from the smallest to the largest. In this blog post, we’ll provide you with more information on different types of electric vehicles with a focus on the various options that are available in Montreal.
Nope, we’re not referring to the Vivaldi album or four seasons pizza… we’re talking about biking in all four seasons! Although in Quebec, it’s more like two seasons—a long summer and an even longer winter. Of course, biking in good weather is fairly easy, so this article will focus on biking in cold weather.
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