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Recipe and Tips

Clever food storage hacks and mouthwatering recipes to breathe new life into leftovers - now all in one place. Embrace sustainable cooking, turning every meal into a delicious act of resourcefulness.

Storage Tips

Freeze food

  • Freeze items for extended shelf life, such as fresh herbs in olive oil, juiced fruits, and bread.

  • Avoid freezing fried foods, yogurt, or
    high-moisture items like lettuce or watermelon.

  • Don't leave food unrefrigerated for over two hours.

Maximise edible parts

  • Utilize the entire vegetable—eat carrots and potatoes with their skin.

  • Cook vegetable peels and other edible bits, freeze, and use when needed.

  • Serve appropriate portions and opt for smaller plates.

First in, first out

  • Prioritize food close to expiry at the front of shelves for visibility.

  • Designate a weekly day to consume leftovers or items nearing expiration.

  • Understand that food labeled "best before" may still be safe to eat.

  • Label storage bins and wrapped items with dates for easy tracking.

Fresh food storage tips

  • Seal lemons in plastic bags and refrigerate greens with a paper towel.

  • Re-wrap cheese in parchment paper instead of original plastic.

  • Puree aging greens and freeze them for smoothie boosters.

  • Store natural nut butters upside down to prevent separation.

  • Keep non-perishable condiments and dressings in the warmer fridge door shelves.


Breathe new life into leftovers with mouthwatering recipes. Embrace sustainable cooking, turning every meal into a delicious act of resourcefulness. 

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