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

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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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