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Written by Cian O'Mahony | View this authors Twitter page and posted in health


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Moving into your own space for the first time and making sure you're eating well at the same time can be a challenge. We want to help you make quick, easy and healthy food to fill and fuel. We have over 50 recipes and videos for meals and snacks for you to choose from based on cost, time, feeling and ingredients.

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Ingredients

Baking Powder Baking Soda Bananas Beef Blueberries Bran Bread Breadcrumbs Broccoli Butter Carrots Caster Sugar Cheese Chicken Chickpeas Cod Courgette Curry Powder Eggs Fish Flour French Beans Garlic Granola Kidney Beans Lamb Leek Lemon Macaroni Margarine Milk Muesli Mushrooms Oats Onion Pasta Peas Pepper Peppers Pork Potatoes Rice Seeds Sweet Potatoes Sweetcorn Tomatoes Tuna Turnup Wheatgerm White Fish Yoghurt

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Published September 17th, 2015
Last updated August 29th, 2017
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