LATEST RECIPES

  • The perfect breakfast for using up things in your cupboard, who doesn't love pancakes. Get the whole family involved and make them your own way.

  • Cacio e pepe means ‘cheese and pepper’ and this simple, rustic pasta dish uses cheddar and pasta water to make a moreish sauce. We’re serving it with some broccoli to up our greens for the week.

  • This hearty stew makes a delicious dinner served up with some garlic bread from the freezer. The best part is, by keeping aside some leftovers, you have a brilliant beanie topping for baked potatoes later in the week!

  • You can add a little bit of leftover peri-peri sauce to these simple burgers for a bit of spice if you fancy, or just keep them classic. Whatever you decide, the whole family will love this diner-style dinner!

IT ALL ADDS UP

  • We have a range of food waste fighting activities and curriculum-linked lesson plans to get your waste warriors geared up to make the most of the good food we love in Scotland.

  • Now, we know not everyone likes to be the first on the dance floor, but without someone going first the party might never get started. Fear not! We’ve got you covered.

  • Comedian, writer and poet Kate Fox shares her humorous new poems with us to celebrate our Fresher for Longer activity.

  • What would you do with a saving of £60 a month over the course of a year? Here are a few ideas for starters.

What To Do

  • In lockdown, we wasted a third less food - let's keep crushing it! We throw away 4.5m tonnes of edile food in our UK homes every year - that affects our wallet and our planet. Find out how you can save your food from the bin. 

  • A fun and interesting activity for all ages

Why Save Food

  • In lockdown, we wasted a third less food - let's keep crushing it! We throw away 4.5m tonnes of edile food in our UK homes every year - that affects our wallet and our planet. Find out how you can save your food from the bin. 

  • A fun and interesting activity for all ages

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