The ABO Guide to a Conscious Kitchen
Over time, transition slowly to an ever more sustainable set-up by curating the habits and beautiful, functional objects that allow you to live your values and take pleasure in using your kitchen space.
Store your package-free pantry staples in convenient glass or ceramic jars.
Borosilicate and olive wood jars, Bérard France, via Amazon (24€ - 32€)
Keep leftovers fresh in stainless steel or glass tupperware that can also be used for picnics and packed lunch.
Glass tupperware, Cuisy, via Amazon (23,89€/3 pack)
Perfect your larder management skills and avoid food waste.
The Art of the Larder by Claire Thomson, via Amazon (£17)
Filter tap water in a carafe using charcoal sticks.
Binchotan charcoal, Black + Blum (£25.95/4 pieces)
Invest in a soda water maker and never buy sparkling water again.
Soda water maker, Aarke (199€)
Enjoy waste-free mornings with ground coffee or loose tea.
Small Audley Coffee Press, Soho Home (£55)
Ceramic tea strainer, Sarah Van Raden, via Ingredients LDN (£28)
Replace plastic straws with a set of reusable ones.
Glass straws & cleaners, StrawGrace, via Amazon (£9.95/5 pack)
Invest in a set of cloth napkins for gatherings and everyday use.
Plant dyed Irish linen napkins, Kathryn Davey, via Ingredients LDN (£22/pair)
Cleaning & waste management
Switch to a biodegradable sponge for spills and messes.
Bamboon Sponge, Bambú, via Amazon (£5.19/pair)
No garden? Find out where to compost food waste nearby.
Countertop compost bin, The Caddy Company, via Amazon (£36.99)
Grow your own herbs outside or by the window.
Make your own vinegar or flavoured olive oil.
Ceramic 'vinaigrier', Manufacture de Digoin