Buying food when it’s in season is the cheapest time to buy, so make good use of those pumpkins, as they’ll be around until December. You can pick up a huge pumpkin that’ll easily feed a family or numerous meals for yourself, for around £1.
There are many options now available for those who suffer from food allergy, intolerance and coeliac disease but the distinction between the three is often misunderstood.
This recipe was adapted from a friend of mine, fellow photographer Luca Nocera. It doesn’t require many perishable, fresh ingredients, so as long as you keep stocked up on a few essentials, you’ll be good to go.
Avocados need no introduction. High in healthy fats, they are also a great source of vitamins A, B2, C, K, folic acid (1) and dietary fibre. You can use them in both sweet and savoury dishes and even slather them over your face as they’re great for your skin too!
This has to be the quickest, easiest snack to make when you’re busy. It takes 2 minutes to put together and can be made with just 3 ingredients!
This unexpected combination of strawberry and tomato is a refreshing twist on a much loved classic.
This Rose Infused Oatmeal is another porridge favourite. Infusing the liquid makes oats so much more flavourful, meaning you generally use less sweetener to add flavour.
Stir frying is a great way of using up leftover vegetables. You can chuck in pretty much whatever you want and it’ll taste great with the right seasoning.
Super quick, refined sugar free Speedy Sweet Spice Granola recipe from The Green Machine
Porridge is a great way to start the day. Oats are a great source of complex carbohydrates and of all the grains, they contain the most soluble fibre, which keeps you feeling fuller for longer.