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The Credit Crunch Cookbook


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Prose: non-fiction, Cooking

A third of the food bought in the UK ends up being thrown away, a statistic that not only costs the average family GBP420 a year but also has serious environmental implications. The credit crunch has lead to extensive media coverage on this subject, as well as high-profile campaigns such as the 'love food hate waste' campaign, which is supported by Sainsbury's - The Credit Crunch Cookbook also se

The credit crisis has put a lot of strain on the weekly shop and eating well, especially where those with families to feed are concerned. However, while the crunch means that we're all having to cut back on luxuries, it doesn't have to mean sacrificing tasty food and a balanced diet. The Credit Crunch Cookbook is a vital tool that shows you how to creatively use cheaper ingredients and leftovers to produce wonderful meals for any occasion. Whether you want to make a nutritious family meal for less, or produce fab food to entertain friends without breaking the bank, it can all be found in this book. And when you feel the urge to order your favourite take-away, The Credit Crunch Cookbook shows you how to make your favourite international dishes at home. With hundreds of delicious recipes and expert advice helping to save both your wallet and the planet, The Credit Crunch Cookbook will keep you and your family filled to the gills so that you'll soon need to loosen your belts while everyone around you tightens theirs!

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Mark Cowley is a Senior Development Executive and Scriptwriter at ITV Studios and has written for a host of hit ITV shows, including Saturday Night Takeaway, Love Island, Britain's Got Talent and I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

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