If you like us are always looking for ways to reducing your impact on the environment, enjoy plant-based food, and learn from other cultures, you are at the right place! In Day by day Plants we share plant-based ways to sustainability inspired by culture and biodiversity.
We are in the middle of a rather special autumn, marked by the global health crisis caused by the COVID-19, the global financial crisis, and the climate change crisis. In this context, we all have a great desire and need to reconnect with nature, with its rhythms, with the environment surrounding us.
Where to start from?
At Day by day Plants we propose you to start from the products of the land around us, from local seasonal fruits and vegetables, from local traditions; we propose you to find inspiration in cultures near and far from ours. We encourage you to exchange experiences, techniques, and solutions to collaborate to achieve a more sustainable lifestyle.
We strongly believe that sharing traditions, science, and savoir-faire is key to find new solutions to improve our ecological footprint. We can all contribute with our own day-by-day choices, starting from what we eat.
Based in the Paris area, we share with you the local In Season Produce Calendar, which is quite like the one from neighboring countries like Italy, and Spain, excepted from oranges, artichokes, and few others fruits and vegetables.
To enjoy the season, we start sharing with you two fall plant-based recipes: one from Italy, Risotto al Radicchio, and one from France, Soupe à l’onion. More are coming soon!
- Prepare Spring 2021 by starting to compost now! Read Composting
- Enjoy the fruits and vegetables of the season with DBDP In Season Calendar – Fall
- Reduce your food waste with DBDP infographic Reduce your food waste in 7 steps- infographic
- What will we be eating in 2021? Find out five major trending areas and needs for 2021 What will we be eating in 2021?
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— Valentina, Founder of Day by Day Plants