First up is a fabulously well-written blog from The Organic Guide. Packed full of useful info, these guys are knowledgeable about their subject, but good fun with it. With categories including In the Garden, Just Food and Living Well, you’ll want to bookmark this for sure.
Second up is a rival to the ONYA bag – the Flip & Tumble bag was designed by 2 graduates from Stanford’s Product Design Programme. On the same principle as the ONYA bag, this is a reusable sack for taking with you everywhere, just in case you need to carry something home. What I do love about it is they’ve built-in some fun, adjusting their design so the bag can be wrapped up into ball the size of a peach. Ideal for throwing at folk when you’re stressed.
The third site to share with you this autumn is TasteBook – an ingenious site where you can create your own personalised hard-back printed recipe book. Choose from a selection of recipes provided by epicurious.com, or indeed your own. Your book can contain up to 100 recipes, which you can order at anytime. I’m really excited about this – a perfect present for Christmas for my mum!
Lastly, I wanted to share a site for all you Francophiles out there – Bio Cuisto is written in French and includes lots of recipes and links to organic suppliers in France. Best of all, you’ll find veggie recipes there and lots of delicious sweet treats )
Happy Surfing )
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