Do you find bagged salad leaves are often thrown away in your house? This recipe, shared in the name of #FoodWasteActionWeek, uses handy blocks of frozen spinach (and some store cupboard favourites) to create one of my all-time veggie takeaway favourites; saag aloo.View Post
It’s impossible to ignore the fact that the way we choose to shop has a huge impact on the world around us; so cutting down on our own ‘single use footprint’ is a simple and effective way to make a difference.
Zero waste shops allow customers to bring in their own reusable containers to fill up on store-cupboard essentials, cleaning products, toiletries and more; here’s where you can shop without the pointless packaging in Cardiff.View Post
This is my favourite way to use up any kind of squash (butternut, crown prince and kobocha are my usual go-to) and you can freeze it in batches for another day.
The croutons are just chickpeas, roasted in spices until they are crispy. This recipe makes a whole batch of them – but you can pop them in the fridge and use them to top soups, salads and stews. It’s all completely vegan, and honestly so easy.View Post
I’ve officially pea-ked; I reckon this is my best food-waste-fighting recipe to date.
These crispy and delicious pea & potato fritters started life as nothing more than a botched order at the chip shop, and a couple of slices of stale bread.View Post