Don’t know what to cook this month? 🙂 Servus, today’s #cookingbookclub comes with the weirdest cookbook I’ve ever read: The ScrapsBook from Ikea, written in collaboration with chefs from North America. Book from which we will try – me and you – a few recipes, because it fits with the theme of this month’s green kitchen: to use leftovers in a creative way. 🙂
Well, in general, in our family the leftovers generated, for example, from a Sunday meal are used as lunch or dinner the next day(s). Sometimes reheated, sometimes recombined, the idea is to eat everything you have cooked, to like it and to be nutritious.
Ikea adds to this book and teaches us how to cook with almost everything – including banana peels or wilted vegetables (it happens to me too) and how to make compost from what we can’t use. If you’re concerned about eco issues and the health of the planet and you’re running on a low budget, you’ve probably already applied many of Ikea’s ideas in one form or another. As a result, it will be a good exercise to see what you do and what you don’t. If you’ve come into the topic recently, then here’s how to enrich your knowledge from a verified source. 🙂
And any day is good for a little more creativity in the kitchen. 😀
If you try a recipe and you like the result, leave a comment. The recipes I’ll try will come, as usual, next month. 🙂
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