Look! Look! I made a video! It’s the first non WLD video I’ve made in two months. Sorry about that. Life has been ridiculous recently.
These are the things I talk about in the video:
Judge Biochef kitchen utensils
Big fan of these. Was sent them a few months back and I’ve used them every single time I cook. Made from sustainable materials (corn, actually) but still feel sturdy and good to use. The turner is nice and thin for flipping omelettes, and aside from where I melted the handle on one putting it too close to the flame shortly after this was filmed (as in, ON the hob) they’re still in perfect condition. Big love to these. Check out the Judge Biochef website.
Judge Natural pan
Also had these for a fe w months now, and I’m just as smitten. I’ve threw out my Teflon frying pan when it came to the end of its life, and I haven’t replaced it. I don’t need it. I use this man for frying onions, poaching eggs, making small amounts of sauce, everything. It’s perfect. It’s non-stick, occasionally requires a bit of scrubbing because food catches round the edge but always comes up sparkling, and it feels solid and heavy to use. Check out the Judge Natural selection.
Love Food, Hate Waste
This is a bible of a site if you’re trying to reduce your food waste. Recipes, news, tips and tricks, everything you could ever hope for. Check out the Love Food, Hate Waste website.
A Greedy Man in a Hungry World by Jay Rayner
I used to have mixed feelings about Jay Rayner. Then I read this book, and now I love him. This is an in-depth, unbiased look at food production on Earth. It tackles some of the myths, such as “local produce is always better” and “organic produce is the only way to be eco-friendly” from an environmental and a practical, sustainable perspective. I love it. Get it – if you’ve got a Kindle, it’s currently only £2.99 on the Kindle store.
Do you have any tips for eco-friendly cooking?
Love, Amy xxx