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Umami-rich anchovy can add another savoury dimension to a wide range of foods, but biting through giant chunks of the salty, pungent ingredient can be off-putting to even the most zealous anchovy eaters. But here’s one easy way to add a more subtle flavour.
Using up all your kitchen scraps helps you get the most for your money — especially when it comes to expensive ingredients like olives. Try dropping the leftover pits into extra virgin olive oil to add a fruity flavour.
Ginger tea is a quick way to ease an upset stomach or relax with a caffeine-free drink. But ginger isn’t the cheapest of ingredients — making tea with the peel gets you the best bang for your buck.
Slow cookers are great for all kinds of dishes. If you don’t have an oven, or your oven is busy with other things, you can even still make delicious brownies.