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The Washington Post gives you some tips on what you can cook at home during a quarantine, amid the worsening Coronavirus crisis.

It’s a lighthearted video, but has some genuinely helpful advice in it. During self-isolation, you might be required to make meals using tinned foods and basics amenities. If you’re not keen on eating baked beans on toast for 2 weeks straight, The Washington Post has some great recipes you can follow that are super easy. In this video, we’re taught how to make a nice tomato and garlic roast, which uses nothing but a simple clove of garlic and a can of plum tomatoes as ingredients.

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The grub at the end looks pretty good and is something we’d definitely be up for eating. It’s a entertaining and lighthearted video that’s a breath of fresh air during a worrying time. It’s great to see some content creators approaching this uncertain situation with a positive and determined attitude. Hopefully we won’t have to be stuck indoors long enough to try this recipe out in real life though. As always, make sure you stay safe people…

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