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Our colours are designed to make your life easier. They're a way for you to organise when you can cook and when you can't. Using the colour system will help you to reduce your food waste, control your shopping, optimise your family's health and go a long way to reducing your stress levels.
On a red day you plan what you're going to cook, shop for those ingredients and then cook. Red days are when you cook from scratch
On a green day you pull together a meal using leftovers and ingredients in the fridge and store-cupboard. Green days are when you use up your leftovers.
On an amber day you're unsure whether you're cooking or not. You need flexibility. Amber days are special and can be converted into any other colour.
On a blue day you cook a bigger quantity than than you need. Freeze the remainder or use the leftovers for one of your green days. Blue days are batch cooking days.
Some days we can't or don't want to cook. There's nothing wrong with that. On a white day you may reheat a blue day meal or even stick a pizza in the oven.
Need to know more? That's grand.
Pop on over here for the complete story of how the colours came about and what they achieve.