These East Fork bowls are the only surfaces we eat from, and they make all our food look way cooler than it is.
We’ve finally switched over to all new wooden cooking utensils. Here are the links for:
- the “manly” wooden spoon
- the regular wooden spoon
- the wooden spatula
- the wooden serving spoon (similar)
After learning in Instagram Stories that vintage kitchen ceramics can leach lead, we switched out our vintage pie plate for this handmade pie plate from Etsy.
We started using our veggie scraps to make veggie stock based on the recipe in Waste Not.
We also started making cashew milk based on this recipe. Even without any of the optional ingredients, it’s so good! We’ve also tried a number of different things with the pulp in an effort to use the whole cashew.
After months of struggle trying to figure out how to buy bulk food in New York City, my coworker recommended these linen bags to avoid needing to tare our jar.
If you missed our discussion about switching to solid dish soap, check out episode 61.
We’ve recently switched to Dr. Bronner’s bar soap for our dishes. It lathers more, which helps with oily reside.
We also got some new Swedish dish cloths after wearing out our first ones. We talk about why we love them in episode 12.