New generation of Good Lifers set out to grow their own Christmas

New generation of Good Lifers set out to grow their own Christmas

Homegrown veg and even turkeys are on the menu for people converted to self-sufficiency during lockdown

It’s hard to reuse a chocolate advent calendar, but for Maya Levy it’s one of the best parts of Christmas.

“It’s really cool – it’s in the shape of a gingerbread house. You melt the chocolate and wrap it in some foil,” she said. Each chocolate parcel goes into tiny wooden drawers in the advent calendar – one element of the 24-year-old marine biologist’s attempts to have an entirely sustainable Christmas.

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