How to reinvent your Christmas leftovers by “hacking your senses”
UK households are expected to bin around 270,000 tonnes of food over Christmas because they overbuy and cook too much for friends and family.
Chucked cuts of turkey, ham and leftover bowls of brussels sprouts, roast potatoes and pigs-in-blankets are adding to the UK’s hulking food mountains as families can’t face reheating, eating and digesting yet another plate of leftover Christmas dinner.
Aston spoke to neuroscientist Katherine Templar-Lewis.
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