The Mac and cheese patty baked this time! I baked it at 350* for 40 minutes. So I wish I could give you guys the recipe, but I just winged it....I can tell you to look at @thesarahsullivan Mac and cheese recipe, and take @gardein crumbles that are seasoned to your liking (about 1/3 of bag) take about 2 1/2 cup packed Mac and cheese and mix in bowl with the seasonde crumbles and 3 tbsp flour, freeze for an hour or so. once solid then use a flour and almond milk batter seasoned to your liking and in another container a panko breadcrumb mixture of your seasoning preferences, then dip frozen patty in flour mixture, and then into planko mixture and then freeze again, after solid again, place in freezer container to store or bake immediately. what I made makes about 6 mondo sized patties. I hope that helps! both or good, one just required no oil and the other did.
Meal prepping starting a day early. I couldn’t resist starting work on some potatoes and lentils- two of my favorite plant foods. As the weather cools, I start craving hearty foods. What’s something you start craving as the weather cools down? Tell me below! 👇🏻 🍁
The Future of Sneakers 👟🔥
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Twenty billion pairs of shoes are produced annually and roughly 300 million end up in landfills, and Reebok is keen to reduce this number with the launch of the sustainable sneakers which took five years to design.
The company spent countless hours designing the shows to ensure their green credentials as well as ensuring they would be stylish enough to entice customers to purchase them. “So sexy comes down to design. We used the silhouette that we know people love and we made it out of these new materials,” Reebok’s Bill McInnis said.
Reebok wanted to make sure that the shoes did not contribute to the plastic problem facing our planet, and so designed the shoes to be made from naturally occurring materials like corn which do not end up in landfill or oceans.
“It didn’t start out with corn and cotton, it started out with recycling, compostability, where do we want to land. Our issue with recycling is you recycle plastic, it’s still plastic…You’re not getting rid of the problem,” McInnis said. “The idea is how do you get rubber and plastic out of the process and replace it with natural things that grow like corn.” Though the shoe is sustainable, it’s not yet biodegradable, but Reebok is working on a second version of the shoe that will be compostable.