Students are changing the diet and lifestyle
The world is changing and our students are changing the diet. They see the signs of the future living. Away from factory farming and processed food and taking more care of our environment. The eating habits of the students in Britain is changing ,as we see in this report and sure in other part of the world the diet of the future generation will change as well.
There always will be some who do not want to change ,this reminds on a quote from Eric Hoffer :”In a world of change, the learners shall inherit the earth, while the learned shall find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exist.” Chickpea meringues, chia seeds and courgetti: the new healthy foos of the British student who are changing the diet and lifestyle.
Today’s Students Are Changing The Diet And Lifestyle
A new version of a 1970s University of Warwick cookbook shows how Britain’s students have spurned pot noodles in favour of healthy recipes and clean living.
A vegan chocolate tart is among the new clean living recipes
Students are shunning the traditional pot noodle and beans on toast in favour
of a vegan diet of chia seeds, agave syrup and lentils.
An updated version of a 1970s university cookbook rejects the old staples of tripe
with onions, cauliflower cheese and boiled eggs for more experimental recipes
including meringues made with chickpea water and raw spaghetti using spiralized
Current students have given the book a 21st century makeover, reflecting the new
cleaner living, health-conscious diets of young people today.
Ingredients range from agave syrup to za’atar and more than half the recipes are vegan or vegetarian. They reflect the university’s international mix of students, with recipes from Korea, Hungary, Paraguay and Sweden
Among the ideas are a chia seed pudding, superfood bolognese, tarka dhal and Jack Daniels steak with chips. One particularly inventive recipe uses the leftover water from a tin of chickpeas to create vegan meringues.
The new book, given for free to all freshers joining Warwick this year, was compiled by Rebecca Earle, a professor in the history department. The updated books showed how student eating habits have “changed enormously”, she said. “I didn’t expect as many ‘raw’ food recipes. There are clearly quite a few students equipped with spiralizers.”
She added: “Nearly half the new recipes are vegetarian or vegan. The old cookbook had a rather unenthusiastic section of vegetarianism saying it wasn’t really such a great idea but that if you absolutely didn’t want to eat meat there were a few suitable recipes on such and such pages.”
Make it yourself: Raw Vegan Chocolate Tart
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