Eat Healthily On A Student Budget...
Feeding yourself as a student couldn't be simpler with our tips on preparing, cooking, eating, storing and shopping for food. The day you embark on a university course can often mean your first real time away from home.Student Cook offers advice and recipes on how to eat well enough to stay healthy and focused, with the minimum of fuss and, importantly, within budget.
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  • StudentCook
    Re: Cooking in Bulk
    @kate. There is a reliable recipe for cappucino traybakes - which works well as a chocolate traybake if you substitute cocoa powder for the…
    27 November 2014
  • Kate
    Re: Cooking in Bulk
    Do you have a recipe for chocolate sponge, baked not steamed, and quantities for ingredients required to cook for 40 covers? Also chocolate custard…
    26 November 2014
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