This big list of recipe ideas for five of the top tossed foods will help you reduce wasted food while eating well and saving money.
How to Cook Without Following Recipes or Buying More Food
Eating all the food we buy presents no downside. We shop less and save time and money, eat tastier food and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Stop Pouring These 8 Leftover Flavors Down the Drain
You’ll want to save these leftover concoctions to cook with later because they add so much flavor to dishes. But you’ll also conserve water.
Quick Cheap Good: Grateful-for-What-I-Have Fried Rice
Cooking dishes like fried rice with food I have on hand never fails to make me feel grateful. It also reduces food waste and saves money.
How to Make Homemade Paneer (from Rescued Milk)
Don’t cry over wasted milk. Instead, make paneer—a soft, non-aged cheese similar to ricotta—and neither waste milk nor cry over it.
15 More Creative Ideas for Cooking with Food Scraps
Think like Grandma, use every last bit of your food and elevate food scraps to their rightful status in your kitchen: ingredients.
Limoncello Mixed-Nut Biscotti
Determination to use every last peel from a near 30-pound haul of lemons culminated in this fabulous limoncello biscotti.
Eat All the Food You Buy and Invest the Money You Save
If, yearly, you invested the dollar value of food the average American family of 4 buys but doesn’t eat, in 10 years you’d have piles of cash.
When Life Hands You Lemon Peels, Make Limoncello
If only life would give you whole lemons! If instead, life sees fit to give you mere lemon peels, make this limoncello and celebrate.