The kitchen is one of the most trafficked areas in any household. It’s also a potential dumping ground for clutter, whether on the bench surfaces or in storage. Not many situations are more frustrating than trying to get dinner made in a cluttered kitchen. Then throw in family or roommates, and you have a recipe for conflict, overwhelm and toxic habits.
In this conversation, we take you behind the scenes of how we transitioned to a minimalist kitchen and created a much more peaceful kitchen environment where we were happy to spend time.
Specifically we discuss:
- Why you would want a minimalist kitchen
- The difference between a minimalist kitchen and an organised kitchen
- Actionable tips to get started with your minimalist kitchen
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Things mentioned in this episode
- Easy Vegan Cabbage Recipes | Pasta, Rolls & Soup
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- Vegan Businesses Can Change The World – Episode 022
- 15 Practical Steps To a Zero-Waste Kitchen
- How To Start Being a Minimalist Today
- The Challenges of Vegan Cooking at Home – Episode 028
- The Negative Effects of Clutter: Backed By Science
- The Problem With Storage
- Examples of Extreme Minimalism (And Why It’s Not For Everyone)
- 20 Essential Vegan Kitchen Tools