Discover a world of sustainable food with One Planet Plate

Café Murano's spinach strangolapretti

Find it hard to choose from a restaurant menu? One Planet Plate launched this year during Earth Hour to put sustainable food front and centre of your dining-out choices.

The idea is that participating restaurants create a hero dish containing ingredients that are locally sourced, seasonal, organic and the like, so you know what you're eating has a smaller impact on the Earth.

You'll find One Planet Plate dishes on high-street chains across the UK, or push the boat out at smart restaurants like Angela Hartnett's Café Murano in St James's, London.

Café Murano will be serving spinach strangolapretti, homemade ricotta, wild garlic and hazelnuts. Angela Hartnett comments: "This is an extremely important campaign and cause, and one I'm so pleased we can be a part of. At Cafe Murano we're in constant conversation with our suppliers and each other about how we can be more sustainable and less wasteful.

"Italians are always using up bread and other often-wasted ingredients to make new dishes and so we try and implement this as much as possible."

The Sustainable Restaurant Association – the people behind One Planet Plate and other initiatives – has a very handy website where you can locate participating restaurants on a map, and even see the recipes to make them yourself at home.

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