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Stuffed? Fear not. Here's your Christmas food guide.

DEC 16_Freeze your leftovers.
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FREEZE YOUR FOOD & SAVE MONEY THIS CHRISTMAS
 
Christmas is a smashing time of the year. It’s also a really expensive one. 
3 in 4 of Britons struggle to eat all of the food they buy for the festive season, and across the UK 2 million turkeys and 74 million mince pies are binned each winter.

The good news is that there are things we can do to freeze our food bills, and make this year of rising food prices compatible with the Christmas spirit of convivial eating. Here's your guide your very own guide for saving money and food before, during and after Christmas.

READ ON FOR FOOD AND MONEY SAVING TIPS 
 
TIPS TO TRY
5 FACTS ABOUT FREEZING EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW

What can I freeze? When is it OK to freeze food? Can you re-freeze food? In a flummox about freezing? Don't worry. We’ve done some research to help debunk common freezer myths.

GET TO KNOW YOUR FREEZER FACTS
FOOD SAVERS
RECIPES IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS LEFTOVERS

From chestnut and sage soup to summer pudding, here are some tasty recipes to shake up your festive leftovers and transform them into many surplus suppers and desserts.

COOK YOUR FESTIVE LEFTOVERS
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