Farewell And See You At LittleGreenHabits.Com


Great is the art of beginning, but greater is the art of ending. ~Lazurus Long It is with mixed emotions that I write this last post for Just One More Spoon. Most of you might not be aware of my decision to rebrand. Unfortunately, it is time to close this chapter of my life so…

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Cuisine Companion Launch and How to Make Wholegrain Oat Bread Rolls

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What’s the first thing you do when you have a cooking robot? Get it to knead you some bread, of course.   A few weeks ago I went to a VIP event as one of the founding members of the Tefal Cuisine Companion Cuisine Club (Hello Bizzylizcook and Vegetaraian :o) . At the VIP event…

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Awesome Vegan Cookbooks Giveaway – Veganissimo! and Greenilicious


Woohoo! It’s giveaway time! To celebrate autumn and in support of the Meat Free Week happening this month, I’m giving away two fabulous vegan books thanks to the kind folks at Arbon Publishing.   These two books are filled with easy and innovative and mouth-watering recipes that will inspire you to eat more greens and…

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Interview with Melissa and Lainie from Meat Free Week


Did you know that, globally, meat production is set to double by the year 2020? Did you know that Australia is ranked in the top three biggest meat-eating countries in the world (per capita), behind the USA and Luxembourg. Australians eat an average of 111.5 kg of meat per person per year, which is more than double the world’s average of 41.9 kg. This consumption compromises our health and with global meat production predicted to double by 2020, raises serious concerns about long-term sustainability and animal welfare.

Bowel cancer is now the second largest cancer killer in Australia. High consumption of red and processed meat has been linked to both bowel cancer1 and the increased risk of type 2 diabetes2.

Globally, the growing demand for meat is leading to increased deforestation, water usage and climate change with the UN identifying the livestock industry as one of the most significant contributors to today’s most serious environmental problems.

It has also created the number one animal welfare issue in the world, factory farming.

This week I had the opportunity to interview Lainie Bracher and Melissa Hobbs, the founders of Meat Free Week – a global campaign to get you thinking about how much meat you eat and the impact that excessive meat consumption has on your health, animals and the environment, while raising money for several leading charities.