A continuous menu repurposes some elements of one meal into the next to reduce wasted food, save time and money and produce tasty dishes.
New Year’s Challenge: Go Zero-Waste in 31 Days
Adopt a zero-waste life in 31 days. As you accomplish each task in this plan, you’ll slash your waste, reduce your carbon footprint, eat better, save money, reduce stress and more.
A Use-It-Up Challenge (or What We Ate Last Week)
Forgetting to bring your money before you head out shopping can provide a great opportunity to re-examine your shopping list—and in the case of grocery shopping, prevent food waste. The Sunday before last, I arrived at the farmers’ market late. Once there, before even opening my purse, I realized I had neither money nor my […]
Take Food Waste Off the Thanksgiving Menu
According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), over the 2016 Thanksgiving holiday in the US, “six million turkeys—a value of roughly $293 million—ended up in the trash.” Producing that much discarded turkey “requires an estimated more than 100 billion gallons of water (enough to supply New York City for 100 days). And when it […]