Willys. This is how much two people can carry.
The last staged picture of the dumpster dived food shows a bowl filled with onion peels. There is a good reason I was picking them up from Lidl’s container. The Easter egg dyeing! When you have no other, more unusual or “luxury” natural dye material, onion peels are the most accessible and safest way to … Continue reading Easter egg dyeing dinner
For the last day of my Dumpster Diving Diet challenge I haven’t taken any photos apart from my very last meal: a typical vegetable stir fry with kale, asparagus, red onion, carrot, broccoli and parsley. My flatmate shared bulgur with me so I happily got rid of necessity to boil the same dumpster dived pasta … Continue reading Day 30 of Dumpstring Diet challenge: conclusions
Saturday at Lidl. The onion skins on the left side were used for Easter egg dyeing. Also, there was smoked salmon again!
Some food I took when volunteering for the Solidarity fridge/ Solidariskt Kylskåp.
In this post, I will return to reporting the daily menu of my Dumpstring Diet. Earlier, I realized it gets a bit repetitive to document and post every single daily meal, so I stopped doing it lately. However, this day was special: I got olive oil and mayonnaise as a present and that opened up opportunities … Continue reading Day 29: Special daily menu with falafel
On 28th day of the Dumpstring Diet challenge I finally learnt how to boil a broth of vegetables. Turns out, this is a very common practice among people living zero waste lifestyle. I followed instructions from the site savethefood. During my dumpster diving month and a while before I had started to collect the veggie scraps … Continue reading Day 28: Boiling a broth from vegetable scraps
After a longer break I am back to tell you about the very last days of my Dumpstring Month challenge. On the day 27 I had signed up for helping out at the weekly Folkkök event that I had attended before and written about it here. It is organized by Resursrestaurangen every Monday evening in … Continue reading Day 27: Volunteering in Folk Kitchen
Catch from the midday of Saturday, carried by two persons. Willys.