The production of plastic waste during breakfast may seem inevitable, but think again. Here are my favorite plastic-free breakfasts:
Oatmeal made from oats bought in bulk. Rolled oats are quicker to cook, but steel cut oats are more nutritious and have a chewier texture when cooked. Add things like chopped apples, raisins, maple syrup, cinnamon and honey to add variety.
Cereal purchased in bulk with a cloth bag.
Homemade granola with almond milk or milk from a glass bottle. Some stores also sell granola in bulk if you’re too busy to make it yourself.
Homemade waffles and pancakes made with homemade buttermilk. Coconut flour pancakes are good too. Ditch frozen pancakes and waffles. When I make waffles, I freeze any leftovers. When I want waffles for breakfast but I don’t have time to make them, I pop the homemade frozen ones in my toaster.
Make your own smoothies instead of buying them in those little plastic bottles. The store-bought ones, aside from being in plastic bottles, are filled with additives and lots of sugar. Instead of buying frozen fruit for smoothies in plastic bags, I cut up fresh fruits and freeze them in glass jars. Another beverage I like to drink in the morning is orange juice with buttermilk.
Almond rice porridge is my new favorite breakfast food. I learned to make it when I visited my friends last week. It’s simple, satisfying, easy to make and pretty tasty. Another great thing about it is that its a complete … Continue reading →
Update 2019: This is my only beef recipe on my blog and factory farmed beef is the worst offender in terms of food that’s bad for the environment. So I decided to write this at the top. Because most beef … Continue reading →
I was raised on homemade macaroni and cheese. It’s so delicious. My recipe has a breadcrumb topping and tomato slices. Cheese is almost always wrapped in plastic, so I didn’t know what to do about the macaroni and cheese thing … Continue reading →
Here’s my farmer’s market post for the week. After next Sunday, they’ll be closed for two weeks because of Christmas and New Year’s. I guess I just have to stock up next week. Here’s what I got this week: 4 … Continue reading →
I love nutloaf. I know it might sound like a weird food, but it’s actually really really tasty. Especially this recipe. I found this recipe on the BigOven app on my iPhone. Here are the ingredients I used: 2 tbsp … Continue reading →
I’m sorry I haven’t posted in so long! I was really busy with school this week (I had a big project due and I was studying for finals) so I didn’t get to post anything. This week I’ll be able … Continue reading →
I went to the farmer’s market again today. Here’s what I got: 3 leeks a few parsnips garlic 2 avocades raspberries 2 red onions 1 cauliflower grapes kabocha squash 2 turnips a few yellow carrots 4 small heads lettuce apples … Continue reading →