Learn how to eat better and spend less courtesy of Seafish!
The credit crunch has had a massive impact on what and how we eat. The average family’s annual food bill went up by £1,000 last year. However, being healthy and eating well needn’t cost the earth – seafood offers great value for money and has more essential oils, vitamins and minerals per hundred grams than any other major form of protein!
With hundreds of species of seafood available in the UK and many more imported, there are lots of easy and affordable ways to enjoy two portions of fish a week, as recommended by the Food Standards Agency.
Seafood packs a punch as the best natural source of complex Omega-3 oils. Good for heart health, brain development and skin condition it is also better than vegetable sources of Omega-3, which don’t contain either the concentrated nutrients or the complex of vitamins, proteins and minerals found in seafood.
Love Food Love Drink has teamed up with Seafish, Allegra McEvedy and Paul Merrett to offer ten lucky readers the chance to win a copy of Economy Gastronomy – the official tie-in book to the BBC series.
Winners will learn how to eat better and spend less. From meal planning to seasonal shopping, loving leftovers to store-cupboard basics, the economy gastronomy system will teach cooking enthusiasts how to combine traditional skills with restaurant flair.
To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is enter your details below:
In the mean time, log on to www.seafish.org for more tips on cooking with seafood and tasty recipes from top chefs!
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Terms & conditions
- All entries to be in by midnight on 14 December
- Winners will be selected at random by the editor
- Prizes will be posted to the winners within one month of being informed
- There is no cash alternative
- The editor’s decision is final
- Competition valid for UK residents only