Do you have to throw away that single carrot? How can you make that cold chicken tasty? Can you use that yoghurt at the back of the fridge? We all have leftovers, which often get thrown away - the average household puts £470worth of edible food in the bin every year! This book: * is packed with ideas for using up your leftovers * gives advice on planning, buying and storing food * will help you reduce your food bills * will help reduce your environmental impact
A Guide to Eating Well and Saving Money By Wasting Less Food
Author: Dana Gunders
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Despite a growing awareness of food waste, many well-intentioned home cooks lack the tools to change their habits. This handbook—packed with engaging checklists, simple recipes, practical strategies, and educational infographics—is the ultimate tool for reducing food waste. From a scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council come these everyday techniques that call for minimal adjustments of habit, from shopping, portioning, and using a refrigerator properly to simple preservation methods including freezing, pickling, and cellaring. At once a good read and a go-to reference, this handy guide is chock-full of helpful facts and tips, including 20 "use-it-up" recipes and a substantial directory of common foods.
With a focus on reducing food waste, using up leftovers, and saving big time at the grocery store, this cookbook was created with over 25 tried-and-true recipes, two weeks of simple and frugal dinner meal plans, freezer and food storage tips, zero food waste tips, and a food re-purposing glossary so you can see exactly how every recipe will help you to intentionally eat what you have while at the same time eating well. Do you want to cut your grocery budget in HALF? This cookbook serves as a complete guide for kick starting any new frugal grocery budget and meal plan, especially for families! Originally published as an e-book on the Debt Kickin' Mom website in October 2019, nearly 2,500 copies were sold in the first 2 months with tremendous positive response! Now finally the published paper back version is here! Simple recipes and tips to waste less food, save more, and meal plan on a BUDGET include: -All of Angela's best tips and tricks for cooking and preserving frugal, simple, wholesome ingredients -Chicken dishes, including cooking whole chickens in the crock pot and using the scraps to make $0 bone broth -Beans and Rice -Soups -Use-it-up Dinners and Sides -Budget Breakfasts and Snacks -Freezer Tips -2 Weeks of Dinner Meal Plans with an emphasis on using only leftovers and recipes from the Simply Frugal cookbook -Food Re-purposing Glossary to help you use up leftovers and make use of staples on hand Created by a busy full-time teacher and mom of 4, these recipes are always quick and easy. Angela focuses on cooking with real, inexpensive, and simple ingredients and using leftovers in new creative ways. This method of cooking, and the recipes in the pages of this book, is how she cut her grocery bill in half to help her family of 6 dig their way out of massive consumer debt. Today she is debt free and achieving huge financial goals. Discover how to cook and eat well on a budget and have success in your own journey to reduce food waste and save money in the process. She hopes that sharing what she has learned helps you to live a more intentional, less wasteful lifestyle so you can spend your money on what matters most to you!
Do you find it difficult to budget for your weekly shop? Are you tempted by impulse buys and special deals? Do you make the same meals week in, week out? Eat Well for Less shows you how to create more nutritious dishes for your family while spending less on your supermarket shop. As well as 80 delicious recipes, you will find a meal-planning guide, help on freezing and storing food, a family budget planner and lots of ideas to get kids cooking. Learn how to use your leftovers, make savvy swaps and add more fruit and veg to your diet without spending extra time in the kitchen. With tasty food, sample shopping lists and practical tips from Gregg, Chris and the experts from the hit BBC show, this is your essential guide to eating well for less.
Sustainable Household Guide to Eat Well, Save Money and Help the Planet
Author: Liza Lluma
A fun, practical and creative guide to inspire the whole household to reduce food waste. Did you know that it's one of the quickest and best things you can do to help the planet and save money too? Ideal as an educational family activity. Choose a 'Food Waste Champion' to lead the team to see which member wastes the least amount of food - you could even come up with a reward. Log and monitor your progress and be delighted as food waste reduces weekly. Great Earth Day gift! Features: 6 x 9 inches - handy size to keep in the kitchen 94 pages - lightweight Soft mat cover Printed with chlorine-free ink Acid-free interior paper stock is supplied by a Forest Stewardship Council-certified provider This handy book shows you how to: Track Patterns - find out why good food is going to waste Learn Strategies - Adjust how to shop, store and prep food Save Money - Save on weekly grocery bills Reduce Waste - See results as your food waste reduces weekly Includes: 1 - 4 weekly Audit Log Weekly Meal Planner & Shopping List Kitchen Inventory Log Fridge & Freezer Food Storage Guide Recipe section for you to write in Handy references to stick on your fridge Tips on: Smart Shopping Better Storage Simple Meal Planning Grab you copy Today!
Plant-based Recipes + Zero Waste Life Hacks with Purpose
Author: Max La Manna
Publisher: Hachette UK
Max La Manna, zero waste chef and climate activist, bridges the gap between vegan food and waste-free cooking - inviting us to channel the MORE PLANTS LESS WASTE mindset and discover a stronger purpose in our daily routines. -- Max has inspired thousands of people across the world to rethink their approach to consumption and made it his mission to turn the tide on plastic and breathe new energy into the leftovers that are typically destined for the bin. In his first cookbook he will share 80 of his tasty, healthy recipes that will have your taste buds watering, help you save money, food and eat well from Sumptuous Spag Bol and Crunchy Cauliflower Curry to Leftover Veggie Nachos in a Hurry.. MORE PLANTS->LESS WASTE INCLUDES: - simple, accessible ingredients that celebrate the power of plants and wholefoods at their best - all-natural home hacks from DIY deodorant to Citrus Bomb House Cleanser - the life tools you need to add value to what you already own and set you on the path to living more sustainably - a 21-day zero waste challenge -- With a little more thought we can all make small changes that will have a BIG, positive impact on the health of our planet. --
A practical guide to generating less waste, featuring meaningful and achievable strategies from the blogger behind The Green Garbage Project, a yearlong experiment in living garbage-free. Trash is a big, dirty problem. The average American tosses out nearly 2,000 pounds of garbage every year that piles up in landfills and threatens our air and water quality. You do your part to reduce, reuse, and recycle, but is it enough? In The Zero-Waste Lifestyle, Amy Korst shows you how to lead a healthier, happier, and more sustainable life by generating less garbage. Drawing from lessons she learned during a yearlong experiment in zero-waste living, Amy outlines hundreds of easy ideas—from the simple to the radical—for consuming and throwing away less, with low-impact tips on the best ways to: • Buy eggs from a local farm instead of the grocery store • Start a worm bin for composting • Grow your own loofah sponges and mix up eco-friendly cleaning solutions • Purchase gently used items and donate them when you’re finished • Shop the bulk aisle and keep reusable bags in your purse or car • Bring your own containers for take-out or restaurant leftovers By eliminating unnecessary items in every aspect of your life, these meaningful and achievable strategies will help you save time and money, support local businesses, decrease litter, reduce your toxic exposure, eat well, become more self-sufficient, and preserve the planet for future generations.
Dietary Creatine Reduction Self-Help Guide for People with Kidney Impairment
Author: Wendy Jones
More than 250,000 persons in the USA alone (and millions worldwide) have some form of end stage renal disease (ESRD). For the hundreds of thousands who must undergo dialysis to stay alive, excessive serum creatinine the metabolic waste product of creatine, a natural component of meat, contributes to the vicious cycle of nausea, vomiting, anorexia and diminished quality of life experienced by both kidney patients, and those approaching renal failure. Through extensive research, Wendy Lou Jones (Royal Knight, Inc.) has created a unique self-help guide to assist both the kidney patient, and those approaching end stage renal failure, in break this negative cycle. The consumer friendly techniques for creatine removal, presented in 14-point font, are well detailed and easy to follow. Special attention was given to taste and quality of the final product. By applying the techniques outlined in this text, patients with renal insufficiency/impairment should, by working closely with members of their healthcare team, be able to regain the dietary flexibility they had lost.