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  Move over national holidays; we’re talking about national holi-weeks! This week in particular is all about herbivorous lifestyles, aptly calling itself National Vegetarian Week! Though this is certainly something to be celebrated I can’t help but feel that I am certainly writing this from the perspective of, well, a straight up carnivore. That being [...]

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A tradition among other bizarre holiday traditions, Spain’s Fiesta de Los Reyes, or ‘the feast of kings’ to us Brits, is a two-day celebration that pays homage to the three kings (yes, the very ones that were said to have brought the gifts of gold, Frankincense and myrrh to the baby Jesus). The actual festivities [...]

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Most tastecard members know all about how we work with our chosen charity, Mary’s Meals, to help them set up schools and feeding programmes in Malawi for some of the world’s poorest children – but did you know that we don’t just work with Mary’s Meals? We also work with Willow - the only national charity working [...]

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It’s approaching that time of year again; when people are extra jovial, the halls are decked with Heinz sauces, and we all leave a plate of pickles out for the Hamburgler. I speak, of course, of National Burger Day! …Wait, it’s not a national holiday? Well, we think that it should be. For those who [...]

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Eating out on the cheap isn’t hard. Things get a bit trickier if you don’t have a tastecard, and you don’t go for grub served in a box, but it can be done. Save the Student talks tactics with tastecard in our latest guest blog! 1. ‘Freat’ when you can (that’s eat for free!) If [...]

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