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Cure your Takeaway Cravings By Making Your Own!


New Zealand may be in lockdown but your takeaway cravings don’t have to be!

We’ve got your homemade takeaway favourites covered with delicious, easy to make plant-based recipes thanks to Buffy Ellen of Be Good Organics.

Quick and simple dinners to keep hungry tummies of all ages across the country satisfied!

From tonight through until Friday this week, leading NZ plant-based Nutritionist and Naturopath Buffy Ellen will be going live online from her own family kitchen to walk you through her easy to follow home takeaway recipes, which she says are all achievable in just thirty minutes.

From Meat-free Monday Mushroom Lentil Spag Bol to Friday Friyay plant-based Fish & Chips, Buffy has created a full week of delicious and nutritious takeaway dinner options for the whole family to enjoy.


And at as little as $3.85 per serving for a household of four, Buffy’s recipes are also incredibly affordable.

  • Meat-Free Monday Mushroom Lentil Spag Bol ($4.45 per serving)

  • Taco Tuesday – Crispy Tofu Tacos ($4.05 per serving)

  • Burger Wednesday – Kiwi Beet Burgers ($4.30 per serving)

  • Curry Night Thursday – Thai Penang Curry ($3.85 per serving)

  • Friday Friyay – Fish & Chips ($4.25 per serving)

To further aid you in the kitchen, Buffy has created a shopping list for each recipe so that you can pop to your local supermarket, mask in hand, and prepare for the week ahead.

She’s thoughtfully noted ingredient costs for budget-friendly shopping, as well as pantry staples that you might already have on hand.

Join the Be Good online community of over 180,000 and satisfy those takeaway cravings with easy homemade cooking thanks to BE GOOD Plant-Based Takeaways LOCKDOWN LIVES!

BE GOOD Plant-Based Takeaways LOCKDOWN LIVES 5:45 PM Monday 23rd – Friday 27th August Tune in via Facebook or Instagram IGTV.

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