With minimal and natural ingredients, castile soaps offer an alternative to the conventional suds of commercial cleaning products. An everyday, household item that’s used all year around, this zero-waste recipe comes just in time for all the washing-up of the holiday season!
Executive in environmental protection in Germany, Christiane decided to discover France through its organic farms. During several months, she shared in the daily life of organic farms in the WWOOF France network to do “simple things with my hands that have meaning.”
WWOOFers and WWOOF hosts share their advice on the ‘best practices’ of WWOOFing as well as some general guidelines that may not be so obvious to those unfamiliar with the culture. These rules are not written in stone, nor necessarily are spoken outright, but are born of the experiences working on organic farms.
Literally translated as « cooked bread, » this dish has been nourishing farmers and families for generations. We share with our WWOOF community a traditional Italian recipe that can come from any garden, anywhere.
For 15 years, Leni infuses gardening and poetry. She gets her inspiration from Gilles Clément and Masanobu Fukuoka, theoreticians of the land, to cultivate her own. For her, welcoming WWOOFers is a way to introduce city folk into a way of life that is in harmony with nature.