You’ve done it again, you’ve cooked way too much and in the bin it goes. I don’t wanna be that person but c’mon, you’re wasting your time, your money and food. And we waste so much food. In 2015, Brits chucked away 7.3 million tonnes, or £13 billion worth, of perfectly edible food. Honestly, doesn’t the thought of that make you feel awful when there are people starving? It’s about time we
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We’re at the end of July, meaning we’re inching closer to autumn and the promise of cooler weather. Obviously, when it is colder we will be desperate for a heatwave, but my melting brain cannot comprehend that right now. This month has been another good ‘un, with fab podcasts, posts and amazing competitions, including MAN v FAT Football’s St George’s Park tournament. Stay tuned for our highlights from the day, but
We’ve had quite the focus on meal prep recently, just because it’s honestly a really helpful thing you can do to help maximise your weight loss chances. But whenever I set aside some time to do it, I always seem to end up with the same old meals that all come from a pack of mince. Bolognese, chilli, lasagne – they’re the holy trinity of make-ahead meals. Why? Well, it’s so
When you meal prep, you mean business. You’re a man with a plan and you’re not leaving anything to chance – you’re going to do whatever you can to see that number on the scale go down at your next weigh in. But meal prepping with your old, beaten up Tupperware is a slog, and if you’re serious about doing this, you’re going to need some shortcuts. Here are 7
Like the Robin to your Batman, the Watson to your Holmes, the Jesse Pinkman to your Walter White – batch cooking needs to become your BFF, or at least your sidekick. What is batch cooking? Batch cooking is cooking extra portions alongside the meal you’re eating. I know what you’re thinking – how is this any different to meal prepping? As you may have seen on our recent beginner’s guide