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The Ocado x Beano Food Waste Cookbook
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The Ocado x Beano Food Waste Cookbook

Cast your mind back to when you were a child, reading your most beloved Beano comic under a torchlight when your parents had gone to bed! Fun right, but nowadays who has the time to read comics? With the rise of food waste, we must all make the time and effort to decrease our food waste, and what better way than leafing through the new Beano food waste cookbook!

Yes you heard right! Ocado has teamed up with Beano to launch the Food Waste Cookbook, fronted by a Beano-fied Ben Fogle, the celebrity adventurer who embarks on a fun foodie adventure. You will be treated to five recipes, including the aptly named ‘Nearly Gone-offee Pie’ and ‘Bangers and Gnash’, helping families make their food go further, sharing imaginative ways to use up some of the most commonly wasted foods. Which include bananas, bread yoghurt and tomatoes.

Children can get in on the action too! The cookbook also features games, tips and an original Beano comic strip, to educate them on making the most of fresh food and making groceries last longer.

The physical copy is available from 27th September or you can download your free copy of the book here.

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