Eco-chef, restaurant owner and author Tom Hunt was teamed up with conscious food brand Feast Box by MN2S to promote their world food recipe boxes.
Chef Tom Hunt is committed to cooking healthy, nutritious food with all-natural ingredients. This made him the perfect match for Feast Box, a socially conscious food brand with a clear mission to deliver fantastic recipe boxes while supporting the fight against world hunger and ethically sourcing their ingredients. Feast Box are also committed to reducing food waste, which lines up perfectly with Tom Hunt’s zero waste approach to cooking: “As a team of passionate foodies, we know that the sustainable future of food is paramount. Food waste is one of the most notable contributors to climate change. Our Feast Boxes contain pre-measured fresh ingredients, herbs and spices so that you can keep food waste to an absolute minimum when you cook our tasty recipes.”
Tom Hunt shared an Instagram post featuring a delicious recipe for Korean Braised Tofu, with a quick video demonstration for good measure. This recipe aims to reduce food waste and provides useful myth-busting information on the use of oil in cooking and how to dispose of oil in an environmentally friendly manner: “It’s a myth that it’s ok to pour fats/oils down the sink or drain if you follow with hot water and/or detergent – No matter the temperature when it goes down the drain, it will cool and congeal, re-solidifying.”