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As we have no power on this, the No Power Plan, to refrigerate, wrap the cheese in a damp tea towel to keep it as fresh as possible, and keep it in as cool a place as you can.
I have changed this so have no pictures, they will follow
250g Cheshire cheese, Asda 250g/47p
tin of value potatoes, 15p
200g carrots, Asda 2kg/£1.18, 12p
Half a tin of value sweet corn, drained, 35p tin, 17p
200g white cabbage, 58p/kg, 12p
100g carrots, Asda 2kg/£1.18, 6p
Value mayonnaise, 50p, 10p
Total cost £1.19, 60p a portion
Chop the white cabbage as fine as you can get it. Grate the 200g carrots, peel it first if you want to. Mix with as much or as little of the mayonnaise as you want to make coleslaw
Prepare the remaining 200g carrots. Grate them, or peel them into ribbons for a bit of fun.
Put the sweet corn onto plates, pile on the carrot ribbons. Pile the coleslaw beside them.
Chop the cheese into cubes. Drain and rinse the potatoes. Mix the cheese and potatoes together and place beside the vegetables.
If you have any chutney or pickle stashed in the cupboard, now would be a good time to use some.