The Student Guide To Eating And Living For A More Sustainable Future

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Cook Once, Eat Twice: Save Time and Reduce Food Waste

Cook Once, Eat Twice: Save Time and Reduce Food Waste

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.

Lentil Bolognese: 3 ways

Lentil Bolognese: 3 ways

1 meal, 3 different ways! This lentil bolognese can be easily adapted to make an entire new meal to ensure you never get bored of your dinners.

I need more help to Get Started!

I need more help to Get Started!

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!

Student living and Reducing Food Waste

Student living and Reducing Food Waste

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!

Simple Creamy Porridge

Simple Creamy Porridge

Minimal ingredients and a 5 minute recipe makes for a quick, nutritious breakfast during the cold winter months in student housing!

Giant Green Salad

Giant Green Salad

Soy and sesame flavours make these vegetables taste delicious, crunchy and full of nutrients. Top with hummus and lentils for a protein boost.

Ultimate Burger Stack

Ultimate Burger Stack

The mouth-watering burger that features in our campaign trailer. Club together with housemates to build this burger stack and potato wedges this weekend!

Banana Bread Snack Bars

Banana Bread Snack Bars

These banana bread bars are great for snacks in between lectures with their energy boosting ingredients of bananas and oats. For 17p per serving, they pack a real bang for their buck!

Chocolate Pancakes

Chocolate Pancakes

Fix your chocolate cravings with this healthy pancake recipe. Perfect for Sunday morning brunch shared with housemates.

Lemon Pancakes

Lemon Pancakes

It doesn’t need to be Shrove Tuesday to eat these lemon pancakes. This impressive pancake stack is the perfect Saturday morning brunch to share with your housemates, they’re super cheap to make and far healthier than a bacon sandwich!