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Meal kits: not bad on the palate and they half your mental load  


by Antoanela Safca
22nd May 2023

Antoanela Safca, a self confessed 'foodie' wants to let you in on a secret: meal kits are a game changer. They save you time, money and all that slowly browning broccolini in the bottom of the fridge. So it might be time, she tells us, to ditch the preconceived ideas and give them a try.

My kitchen bookshelf looks like an Ottolenghi altar, and my pantry stocks things like black garlic, ponzu sauce, dried lime, and other ingredients that you can’t find at the local SuperValu. None of this makes cooking an easy peasy creatively rewarding activity in our household. Not when you have to do it every single day.  Still, I like my food to be really really nice. So why would I go around ordering meal kits? Mental...

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