Tried to be prepared with a packed lunch and some snacks only to end up with a soggy salad that’s leaked in your bag? Read more to find out how to make your food stay fresh, sealed and as delicious as freshly cooked food.
We share three top tips you can use for your next trip to the supermarket. There are lots of small changes you can make that will make a big difference to your grocery bills, enabling you to save money yet still eat delicious meals.
Take on these 5 small changes to your lifestyle today to reduce your impact on climate change. Such small changes can have a big impact, you might already be doing some of them!
Find inspiration to cook a meal with housemates to reduce food waste, save money and spend time relaxing together. Choose from your favourites from Sunday Roasts to Mexican feasts – there’s something for everyone here.
Do you cook every night after you get home from University? Feeling tempted to order a takeaway when you’re too tired to cook? Check out these simple short tips on improving how you cook and prepare your meals.
If you wanted a little more detail on the Get Started roadmap, we’ve provided it all for you here. We’ve hidden this here because not everybody likes to read lots of text, but secretly, we’ve included lots of tips and tricks here for those who are really serious about getting started! Shhhh!
It’s really important to think about how much food could potentially be wasted over the 3 years of living as a student. Anna, a Leeds University Food Science student, shares her experience with us on being a student and how she’s changed her habits to be more savvy and sustainable!
A regular occurrence at University can involve opening the fridge door with great anticipation, but instead being greeted with some sad and soft veggies… Check out Kate’s leftover tips and her very own leftover vegetable tomato sauce!
Leeds University student Anna shares 3 simple tricks that you can start doing today to cut down on your carbon footprint.
Ella, Food Science undergraduate at Leeds University, tells us where we find Iron in our diet and why we need it. Feeling a bit tired after 5 minutes in the library? This is the post for you!