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Making A Big Deal About Microplastics

Making A Big Deal About Microplastics

Microplastics are a big deal. Research suggests that these tiny pieces of plastic are now present in the ocean, soil, and animals. So what are they, why do they matter and what you can do to help.

Composting 101: A simple guide to composting at home

Composting 101: A simple guide to composting at home

Composting is a cheap and clever way to use your organic food waste for something good, while doing your bit for the environment. And even though it is known as ‘black gold’ for to gardeners, you don’t need to be a gardening pro to start composting your waste.

Chickpeas: More Than Just Hummus

Chickpeas: More Than Just Hummus

When you hear the word chickpea, what’s the first thing you think of? Hummus? Falafel? While chickpeas are a key ingredient for both of these tasty foods, chickpeas have been used for so much more, from treating warts in Ancient Greece to making gluten-free pasta that you can find at the supermarket.

Gong Xi Fa Cai

Gong Xi Fa Cai

Although the calendar changes on January 31st for many Australians, plenty of Asian cultures celebrate the Lunar New Year around February each year.  More commonly known in Australia as Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year is on February 16th, 2018 beginning the year of the dog. The dog is the eleventh animal of the Chinese Zodiac and is a symbol of loyalty and honesty.

All over Australia, but particularly in Sydney and Melbourne, there are a wide range of events and activities to celebrate the Lunar New Year. The team at FoodFaith have scoured what’s on offer and found a few that we think are worth checking out.