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  • Save the fruits and veggies

    Supermarkets, restaurants, bakeries, and even our fridges are filled with products that will end up in the garbage, although still good for consumption. Eat Save Love went on a glamourous rescue mission for these abandoned products.  It’s the fate of that square shaped tomato, this oversized cucumber, an overripe pear, or even that yoghurt pot near expiry, that will forever be neglected in the supermarket fridge, unable to compete against fresher pots, that moved Diana Fayad and encouraged her to act. Thousands of people across the globe still face hunger daily, yet tons of food that is still good end up in our garbage every day. In Dubai, where she lived between 2010 and 2013, Diana was struck by that...

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    Plant Tip - Basil

    Quick Pesto Recipe:  - Wash and dry 2 handfuls of basil leaves without stem.- Stir in mixer with 1 teaspoon of pine nuts, 1 chopped garlic clove and 3 tablespoons of olive oil.- Sprinkle salt and pepper, and devour with pasta and parmesan.

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    Styling the Riga Wall - Beige Pink

    Some Geraniums in their Tailor Pots placed on the Riga Wall, and there goes our colourful corner.

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    Gardening Tip

    Apply a complete fertilizer about once a month to encourage plant growth. We recommend using an organic fertilizer or compost, particularly for plants that will be used for cooking.

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    Plant Tip - Mint

    Mint Iced Tea Recipe - 4 people - 1.5 L of water- 1 coffee cup of brown sugar- 2 teaspoons of Earl Grey tea leaves- 1 organic lemon- Fresh mint leaves- Ice cubes - In a jar, add the sugar, the tea leaves and the lemon previously cut in quarters. - Boil the water and pour it on the mix above.- Let cool and infuse. - Squeeze the lemon in the jar, filter the mix with a strainer then pour in a carafe. You can add fresh mint leaves. - Let cool in the fridge for a few hours. - Add ice cubes and fresh mint leaves when serving.

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