TAG: student cooking
Exams are all done. I am free. So free in fact, I have no idea what to do…
My house mate saw a video of what happens to male chicks (no good for meat or eggs) when they are born: straight into the chopper. My house mate was horrified. He was sickened to his stomach. He couldn’t understand why they wouldn’t raise them or give them a chance for life. He had two […]
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Leftovers and Student Cooking
My Saturday routine is to go to the central market and buy a ‘magic box’. Five bucks and I get a stack of vegetables and fruit that sets me up for the week, but when you’re living on a student budget and shopping and cooking for one, how do you use up all your food […]
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But If You’re a Vegetarian, Where Do You Get Your protein?
As a vegetarian who rarely eats dairy or eggs, I’d say the most common question I get is about protein. Where do I get it? How much do I have? Is that too much? Is it not enough?
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The Circle of Compost
Food, water, and air. Three things humans can’t live without (also, mum’s lasagne). However, one third of all food is thrown away (Source). In fact, if food waste were a country, all the emissions from rotting food would place it as the third biggest polluter globally. That’s just food alone, but there’s something you can do. […]
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House Mates: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace
Turmoil has engulfed the share house. The duties of dishes are failing in remote house systems. Hoping to resolve the matter with a deadly pile of dirty dishes, the greedy house federation has stopped cleaning all dishes. While the Congress of the Republic endlessly debates this alarming chain of events, the supreme Chancellor has secretly […]
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Gardening to the Season: What Can You Grow?
Following up from my seasonal eating post. We’re looking at whats in season and how to grow it.
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Ever thought it’s a bit weird you’re munching on a mango in Adelaide in winter? Seasonal eating is better for your health, the environment, and local jobs and industries. Let’s have a look how you can do it.
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Meal Kit Services: Are They Worth the Hype?
Over the past few years, subscription-based meal kit services have become increasingly popular in Australia, offering customers customisable, pre-portioned ingredients for weekly meals. I’d never been that interested in any of these services, but when a friend recently offered me a free week of meals from a popular service she’d signed up for, my curiosity […]
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Recipe: Cacao Almond Bliss Balls
As part of my efforts to eat and live more sustainably, I’ve started making what are commonly known as ‘bliss balls’: a mix of dates, nuts, and other good things. They’re vegan, they’re filling, they’re affordable, and they’re easy to make in bulk. Most importantly for me, it’s meant I’m taking control and making my […]
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