Bootstrap cook Jack Monroe joins 5 live’s Nihal Arthanayake to help make your food go further when we’re staying at home and shopping less.
This week’s calls include what can you do with banana blossom and how to make bread without yeast.
Jack rose to prominence for the recipes she created as a single parent with a young child, aiming to provide family meals for less than £10 per week.
Jack will be joining Nihal Arthanayake on Wednesdays at 3pm.
You can get involved on Twitter using the hashtag #JackMonroesLockdownLarder, including @bbc5live.
You can also text the show on 85058.
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