One of the temptations of supermarket shopping is to snap up those multi-buy deals and price reductions that seem so appealing. As you wander around the store the garish marketing materials scream ‘Buy-One-Get-One-Free!’ and ‘3-for -the-Price of 2’ with such silent volume and repetition that you feel like a fool if you walk on by.
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Some week’s life gets a little mad and for one reason or another the weekly shopping trip doesn’t happen. When this occurs it’s easy to imagine the cupboards are bare, leaving you reaching for your phone to order a takeaway. But if your budget won’t stretch that far, or the food crisis enters a more
For many of us the household budget can become quite stretched and feeding our families is an expensive business. Often as we wait for payday to arrive, we can find the cupboards becoming bare and the idea of a delicious meal seems to be impossible. There are ways though that we can still eat well
Everyone hates waste. But did you know that the average household in the UK chucks out nearly £60 worth of food each month? Just think about that for a second. As well as being harsh on the environment, that amount of money could pay for a whole week’s food shopping, a new outfit or a
When I was little my Mum used to stand at the front door each morning with a bottle of Minadex in hand – a quick 5ml slurp before school and that was our daily dose of vitamins. And then there was the trauma of the Cod Liver Oil dose to endure too. I’m shuddering at
Even those who love to cook can sometimes find it a bind to rustle up a healthy meal for the family. To avoid falling into the fast-food and ready-meal trap it’s vital to have an approach to mealtimes that makes shopping simple and preparation and cooking a breeze. A decent stock of varied, enticing recipes