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I, like most uni students, find myself eating the same stuff at uni; a mixture of pasta, rice, noodles, and occasionally a nice meal with more than 3 ingredients...

So does anyone have any tips they can share for eating healthy, whilst on a tight budget?

Recipe ideas, meal plans, staple foods... anything you think could help!
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Meal plan and buy cheap stuff from Aldi. You can find loads of healthy weekly meal planning videos on YouTube
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I personally love the cookbook 'Nosh for Students' (I think they also do a one purely for vegetarians too). The recipes don't have pricey or uncommon ingredients, and are really easy to follow.

I recommend supermarket shopping as late in the time as possible to buy reduced/cheap fruit and veg, and freeze any you can't eat straight away.
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