Reduced food waste can play a major role in addressing the climate crisis. A pot of soup is the easiest way to ensure we eat the food we buy.
Donate-What-You-Feel Cooking Workshop: Make Soup, Not Waste
Bring a pot and the random vegetables you find in your refrigerator and pantry. We’ll make soup together in this interactive workshop.
I love to cook not-written-in-stone recipes. Add a bit of this, a scrap of that, taste as you go, repeat. For the batch of minestrone soup pictured in this post, I used celery, carrots, a bell pepper and potatoes that I had on hand and bought some parsnips and a turnip to reach the three […]
Make Soup, Not Waste
I find that when people realize just how much we throw into landfills and how much plastic finds its way into our oceans, most want to reduce their waste and many don’t know where to start. Unless you buy consumer goods compulsively, I would hazard a guess that your kitchen generates the most garbage—packaging and food. How bad is our food […]