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    Eliminating Plastic from you Kitchen - Freezing Food In Glass

    Freezing Food in Glass – Why We Love It & What You Can Freeze

    by  • January 17, 2017 • EAT, FAMILY, GUIDES, LIVE • 0 Comments

    Image: Frédérique Voisin-Demery Are you in the process of phasing out plastic storage containers and swapping them for glass? Glass is an excellent way to store food, whether it be in the pantry, the fridge, or even the freezer. Why we Love Freezing Food in Glass Healthier for the environment Unlike plastic, glass is...

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    Image credit: Vegucation Brisbane

    Get Vegucated!

    by  • January 12, 2017 • CARE, EAT, FAMILY, LIVE • 0 Comments

    Image credit: Vegucation Brisbane Vegucation Brisbane Vegan Event Review by Kate Dunphy Changing your habits to fit a vegan diet can be daunting, and nothing crushes the spirit like hot chips being the only vegan option on a restaurant menu. With the rise in awareness of the detrimental effects that the meat industry has...

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    Lunch box frequently asked questions - find BPA and PVC free healthy lunch boxes at Biome

    Lunch Boxes – Frequently Asked Questions

    by  • January 6, 2017 • EAT, FAMILY, GUIDES, LIVE • 0 Comments

    What are leak proof lunch box options? GoGreen lunch box – Completely leak proof with an easy to use lock on the outside which ensures a leak proof seal for all internal sections Kids Konserve stainless steel nesting trio – The lids on these containers are leak proof, plus they are the perfect size for young...

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    How to choose the right water bottle for you

    How to Choose the Right Water Bottle for You

    by  • December 22, 2016 • EAT, GUIDES, LIVE • 0 Comments

    There are so many options when it comes to selecting the right reusable water bottle for you. Glass water bottles, stainless steel water bottles, pus BPA and PVC free water bottles – there is one for everyone! Glass Water Bottles Water tastes fantastic from a glass water bottle. Our glass water bottles do not contain...

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    Gift ideas for foodies

    Christmas Gift Guide – Gifts Ideas for Foodies and Home Cooks

    by  • December 6, 2016 • EAT, GIVE, GUIDES, LIVE • 0 Comments

    Looking for fun and practical gift ideas for foodies and home cooks? Why not healthy nonstick cookware or a kit to make your own cheese, kefir, yogurt or butter? Here are some of our favourite gifts for foodies. Neoflam Two Pan Set – Crepe & Pancake Pans Neoflam cookware has a healthy non-stick, eco-friendly ceramic...

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    Eat your way to gut health

    Eat your way to good gut health

    by  • November 22, 2016 • CARE, EAT, LIVE • 0 Comments

    Good gut health is essential for overall health and well-being. Here are some of our favourite ways to incorporate more good bacteria into your diet and help keep your gut health in check. Kefir Kefir is a fermented drink that contains eight strains of beneficial probiotic bacteria. It can be made with milk, soy, coconut milk,...

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    Staff pick - Onya weigh reusable produce bags

    Staff Picks – Onya Weigh Reusable Produce Bags

    by  • November 17, 2016 • EAT, LIVE • 0 Comments

    This week, Jasmine from our online team shares her favourite Biome product, Onya Weigh reusable produce bags. Onya Weigh Reusable Produce Bags Onya Weigh reusable produce bags come in a pack of five or eight. They are extremely lightweight mesh bags and are great to use instead of single-use plastic bags when buying fruit...

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    How do I use binchotan charcoal?

    What is Kishu Binchotan Charcoal and How is it Used?

    by  • November 11, 2016 • CLEAN, EAT, GUIDES, LIVE • 0 Comments

    Source: Glasshouse Kishu Binchotan charcoal is an active carbon made from tree branches.  Due to its extremely porous structure, Binchotan charcoal is renown for its ability to absorb impurities and unwanted tastes and odours from water such as chlorine, to soften and add minerals to water, as well as purify the air. It can...

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    S'well stainless steel insulated water bottle

    Staff Picks – S’well Water Bottles

    by  • October 28, 2016 • EAT, GUIDES, LIVE • 0 Comments

    This week Jo from the Balmoral Biome store shares her favourite Biome product. S’well Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle Jo loves the S’well venus 500ml insulated water bottle. Jo has had her eye on a S’well bottle for a while now and this week she finally gave into temptation and is more than a little...

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    Reusable straws. Reduce single use plastic.

    The Best Reusable Straws & How to Look After Them

    by  • October 27, 2016 • EAT, GUIDES • 0 Comments

    It’s quite amazing to think that a plastic straw will get around 20 minutes of use before being thrown away. That is an incredibly small lifespan for a product that will be on the planet forever. They are not biodegradable, cannot be recycled, and may contain BPA. Plastic constitutes 90% of all trash floating...

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    Gefu spiralfix spiral slicer

    Biome Staff Picks – Gefu Spiralfix Spiral Slicer

    by  • October 20, 2016 • EAT, MAKE • 0 Comments

    This week, Mia, Biome’s Public Relations and Community Manager, shares her favourite Biome product. Gefu Spiralfix Spiral Slicer One of Mia’s favourite Biome products is the Gefu Spiralfix Spiral Slicer. With this easy to use kitchen gadget, you simply place suitable vegetables into the top compartment and turn the handle to produce long vegetable spirals...

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    Hold an eco-friendly picnic to celebrate Father's Day, or any special occasion

    How to plan an eco-friendly picnic

    by  • August 24, 2016 • EAT, LIVE • 0 Comments

    An eco-friendly picnic is a wonderful way to celebrate Father’s Day, a special someone’s birthday, or to simply relish the weather and the great outdoors.   So how can how can you make sure that it is eco-friendly?  It’s actually really easy. Stay local, walk, cycle, or public transport Let’s not ignore the elephant...

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