Homemade, organic, spreadable butter

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I’ve always wondered if homemade, spreadable butter was easy to do or if it required some kind of effort that simply wasn’t feasible without a ton of equipment and a small farm. I found a small hack and Laura and I have been making this homemade, spreadable, organic butter ever since! Its super easy and Continue Reading →

Home Grown Mushrooms!

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We’ve always enjoyed the idea of growing food at home, but what do you do when you live in an apartment in the middle of Copenhagen? Well, you…grow food! This was more of an experiment than a practical feat but it just goes to show whats possible. We ordered a blue/grey oyster mushroom box from Continue Reading →

Den Blå Planet, the Danish version of an Aquarium

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An aquarium is arguably not sustainable, but could also be seen as helping the preservation of species and some aquariums fund conservation efforts. I also think that creating a general interest in wild-life and aquatic animals is beneficial for us and the environment. So with that said, Laura and I went to Blue Planet this Continue Reading →

Finders Keepers Christmas Edition

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This post is a little delayed (christmas and final exams came in the way) but in december, Finders Keepers had a christmas market and of course Dane and I attended. This time it was located in Østerbrohuset and it was full of old and new additions to previous markets. One could easily spot the most Continue Reading →

Our friends at Mackabler.dk are using sustainable practices!

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Our friends and previous roommates now run a website called http://mackabler.dk. They started their business back in March and it’s taken off since then. As they’ve grown, they’ve started to implement some sustainable practices into their business model. I think this is great, not only because they’re our friends but because they’re a business. Business’ Continue Reading →