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OzHarvest is Australia’s leading food rescue charity, collecting quality surplus food to distribute to people in need and divert food waste from landfill.

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Instagram post 17968076758055428 Loving this post by ozharvest.  In our opinion minimising food waste 🍌 and reducing single use plastics ♻️ go hand in hand. 👫#wecandothistogether💪 #peoplepower #stopthewaste
#foodwaste #waronwaste #ozharvest #singleuseplastic #gogreen #plasticfree #greenliving #noplastic #banthebag #biodegradable #eco #ecofriendly #gogreen #greenliving #greenpower #globalwarming #pollution #pollution #plasticbags #plasticbagban #reduce #recycle #rubbish #strawssuck
Instagram post 17888654725393134 Not just a pretty Face!
This new Kitchen Alchemy range from circahome is next level pretty! 
Their new fragrance is just as gorgeous as the box it came in. The freshness of the mint and the softness of the white tea is the perfect scent to help me freshen up my kitchen  after cooking my slow cooked curry tonight 😂
How do you get rid of kitchen smells after those yummy yet strong odoured dinners? 🤣 
Not to mention that $1 from every Kitchen Alchemy product sold is donated to ozharvest to help provide nourishing meals to Australians in need. 
How cool is that!?
Instagram post 17895167833233447 A tub of ricotta sat in the fridge, “once opened use within 48 hours” as a result this orange, chocolate, pear and ricotta cake was created. As were beef and ricotta meatballs and baked ricotta drizzled with honey. 
What has this rather long post got to do with a tub of ricotta? I would love if you continued to read to find out.
Food is a gift. Not only in the growing of it but in the cooking, the sharing and the eating.
It saddens me to think that in this day and age 3.6 million Australians have reported that they experienced food insecurity in the last year. It’s not just those who don’t necessarily have a place to call home either, ranging from families to pensioners and even children.  What makes this even more heartbreaking is that five million tones of food ends up in land fill, with half of this coming from households. It’s quite shocking isn’t it? 
I am sure we have all done it, finding tins and containers of food that have gone past their use by/best before dates or simple just forgetting what we have in our fridge and pantry.
I know we are all busy these days, but by just taking even 15 minutes at the end of the week to do a rough plan of what you may like to enjoy for your meals in the week ahead, It really will make a difference. Write a list and head to your local farmers market, it’s such an enjoyable experience.
Get back in touch with how our grandparents used to live. My grandma never wasted a thing (even to the point of squirreling away the ends of soaps which would then be squished into a multicoloured ball! Yes, she was very frugal, indeed)
Perhaps it was a greater sense of Connection by all, for where it came from and how it was grown. Or that in those days they didn’t have the convenience of popping down to the local shop at any time of the day and therefore had to get creative with what was on hand.
Organisations like OzHarvest are leading the way and creating change. Rescuing tones of food each week and distributing it to those in need as well as educating people across the nation on how to fight food waste.
If I have managed to hold your attention right down to here, thank you! *it continues into the next Comment
Instagram post 17914698211062225 Today I woke up & decided to make a salted chocolate version of the vanilla & cashew orbs I posted a week or so ago. Big goals for a Monday, I know 🤜🏻🤛🏻
I used themueslisugarfree gluten free muesli as a base, added in a few tablespoons of cacao powder, pressed the mixture down firmly into a square base, & then melted a layer of loving_earth’s 85% dark chocolate over the slice like the gluttonous fiend I am! Went pretty hard with the old murrayriversalt flakes on top too.
Not bad for a Monday. Now off to take a nap & read some kind of self-help book.
Instagram post 17907122050139900 Ozharvest .
#Ozharvest #ceocookoff #sydney #goodcause #lovetohelp
Instagram post 17875587901150181 WE HAVE GONE GREEN! All of your services in our salon are fully sustainable and recyclable with Zero waste! 
The hair is collected to make hair booms that will help mop up oils spills in the Great Barrier Reef
All of our chemical waste is collected and sent to recycling plants, neutralised and turned into recycled water, used in road works and construction.
Our used foil, razorblades, colour tubes, cardboard, paper and even broken tools are sold for recycling, the profits from these resources is donated to Ozharvest to provide meals for hungry Australians!
There is now a sustainability fee of $2 for your salon visit if you choose.
We are so extremely proud that our business is 100% sustainable and recyclable. Including all of the services upstairs too! #sustainable #recycle #sustainability #goingreen #ozharvest #charity #earth #earthcentric #recycleaustralia #loveourplant #giveback #chameleonnewagesalon #hairdressersdoitbetter
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