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Two zero waste coffee alternatives which taste great and are jam packed with health benefits!


- Harvest the dandelion plant.
- Use a hoe or a trowel to dig out the roots without damaging them too much.
- Cut off the leaves and flowers from the root, but remember to keep them as they make a great stir fry or salve (check out my previous videos).
- Wash the roots with a brush to get rid of the dirt.
- Cut them into small bits.
- Let them air dry for a few days or use a dehydrator (make sure they are completely dry).
- Roast at 160°C for about 20-30 minutes. Keep an eye on it; this step is important as it gives the root a nice flavor.
- Let them cool and grind finely with a coffee grinder, mortar, or blender.
- Use 3/4 teaspoon for a cup of coffee.
- It has a mild flavor.
- You can also add extra flavor to it with some cinnamon powder, vanilla, and cardamom for a lovely warming cuppa.
- Store in an airtight container for 3 months.


- Divide the pulp from the seed.
- Use the pulp for a date paste or store it in an airtight container.
- Wash the seeds and let them air dry for a few days or use a dehydrator.
- Roast in the oven at 160°C for about 20-30 minutes.
- Use a blender to grind into a fine powder.
- This powder has a very similar coffee aroma.
- 5 seeds make a cup of coffee.
- Mix 3/4 teaspoon in hot water.
- Use as is or add extra flavor like cocoa powder, cinnamon, vanilla, etc.
- Keep in an airtight container for up to 3 months.

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Stop throwing away your squeezed organic lemons and use them in these 3 creative recipes.


•6-8 x lemon leftover peel
•6 tbsp x olive oil
•4 tbsp x salt
•water for boiling
•2 cloves of garlic
•herbs or other spices


-cut the lemon peels in small bits at least 10 times each half a lemon.
-in a pan cover the lemon peel with water and boil fir 20 min or until the skin is tender
-drain the water in to a bowl , add the water to a bottle and keep it for a lemonade or iced tea and let the cooked peel cool.
-once cooled mix in the salt, olive oil , garlic and your choice of herbs , give it a stir and store in to an airtight container in the fridge up to 2 weeks.
-you can add it to sandwiches, salad , blend in to a paste and make a vinaigrette just get creative .


The leftover water from boiled lemons is great to have as is or with some honey,in iced tea , or have it hot in the morning with some ginger to help you hit and activate the good bacteria or simply make a lemonade adding some sugar.


•herbs -thyme,mint,sage and lemon balm
•flowers- violas
•lemon peels leftover


-cut the lemon peels in to very thin stripes
-add all the herbs and lemon stripes to a dehydrator for 3 hours at 40 degrees or until completely dry
-store in an airtight container for up to a year
-serve with hot water infuse for 4 minutes
-it’s a great boost fir the body especially in the morning , we like to infuse it fir longer and use the herbs 2 times fir the tea .

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I’m not a big drinker so i always end up with beer or cider leftover from the previous night but even your leftover cider could be used to make something delicious and avoid wasting it after a night with friends!



•300ml x cider
•250g x self-raising flour
•1 teaspoon x coconut sugar
•zest of a lemon
•oil for frying


•200g dark chocolate
•sea salt
•20x whole strawberries
•powder sugar
•BBQ sticks


1.Wash the strawberries, keep them whole, pat them dry with a towel, and insert the sticks.
2. In a double boiler, melt the chocolate.
3. Dip the strawberries in the chocolate and sprinkle them with some sea salt.
4. Place them on baking paper in the fridge until set.
5. For a thicker chocolate coat, double dip them in the chocolate after the first dip is set.
6. Prepare the tempura batter by mixing your leftover apple cider or beer with flour, lemon zest, and coconut sugar.
7. Bring the frying oil to a boil, then lower the temperature slightly to prevent the pops from burning.
8. Once the coated strawberries are firm, dip them in the tempura batter and then into the frying oil.
9. Fry until golden.
10. Let them cool a bit and sprinkle with some powdered sugar.

(If the tempura is too thin, add some more flour. If it's too thick, add more cider, soy milk, or water a bit at a time.)

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My dear friend @DerekSarno and I met up to cook some food, and he simply blew my mind with this incredible plant-based recipe that I couldn’t believe was made from mushrooms!

Get ready for the time-lapse that took me 8 days to capture the entire growing process.


1 x cluster lions mane
Olive oil
Asparagus or any side


2 x garlic cloves
1/2 x onion
2 x tsp beets powder
1 x tbsp soy sauce
Olive oil drizzle

NOTE: cook the cluster again after it has been marinating for at least one hour

#fyp #foryoupage #contentcreator #mushroom #steak #steaktiktok #cooking #food #recipe #plantbased #fungi #mushrooms #homecooking #foodasmr
It’s aubergine season and I visited @Nettles and Petals to pick up some from his incredible garden and turn them into some banging crunchy rolls!


•p.based mince meat
•p.based baby bell
•tomato sauce
•salt & spices
•frying oil


•100g x flour
•1 tsp x backing powder
•1/2 cup (or a bit more) p.b milk

📖 Instruction

-Cut the aubergine in long thin slices
-mix the mince meat with a bit of tomato sauce and spices and blend well until you’ll have a sticky mix
-spread the mince meat mix on the aubergine slice top it up with cheese and roll it tightly
-prepare the tempura mixing all the ingredients apart from the breadcrumbs
-dip the aubergine roll in the tempura and then in the bread crumbs
-deed fry it in oil until golden

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If you peel your cucumbers before eating them, you have to try this zero waste cucumber peel recipe!

We harvested 30 kg of different varieties from our plot in London.

🎥 @lajatattoo

Cucumber noodles 🍜 🥒

•500g flour
•3/4 teasp salt
•320ml water
•peel of 3 organic medium sized cucumber
(Makes 2 large portions)

🥣 instructions

-blend the cucumber peel and water for 2 min or until it’s almost smooth
-strain the juice and use the remaining pulp in the ice cubes together with some lime and mint to give a delicious summer taste to your drinks or lemonades
-in a bowl mix flour and salt and slowly add the water .
-mix everything for about 2/3 min or just until combined and don’t overwork it. It will be a very sticky dough
-cover it with cling film and let it rest for 3 hours
-now knead it for 15 min then start stretching it and pull it back together
-keep stretching until it won’t break anymore(it could even take around 20 min)
-now make like a long sausage and sprinkle lots of flour to your working surface so the noodles won’t stick together when stretching
-now stretch the dough and pull it back to make 2 thick noodles then stretch the 2 noodles and pull them back to make 4 and so on
-boil for 2 min and immediately rinse under cold water for a few second but not too much or they will stick together (this is a crucial step or your noodles will end up dry)
-serve with you fave sauce in this case we’ve used homemade crispy chilli oil ,black sesame ,soy sauce and spring onions

#fyp #foryoupage #contentcreator #cucumber #noodle #handpullednoodle #zerowaste #zerowastetiktok #veggiescraps #easyrecipe #cooking #homecooking
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