nothing to eat

  • Olivia Santner
A household approach to tackling food waste.
This cookbook was a result of trying to get us to eat the food we have, instead of letting it waste away.

Nothing to eat comes from the term a lot of us use when we look in our fridges. There’s definitely food in there somewhere but we don’t think it's appetising enough, or there are bits and bobs that don’t quite cut it fora whole meal. 
The recipes aren’t complex but they are a little different. Ice cream that’s made from one ingredient to fries made from brocolli stalks. Simple food that tastes surprisingly good too.


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    Massey University