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The holiday season is a time for helping others, a time when we are called upon to be generous. Paradoxically, it’s also one of the most food-wasteful times of the year, since it’s synonymous with gatherings where an abundance of food is seemingly a must
Whether you’re heading back to work or back to school, meal planning is an essential part of a routine that makes meal management easier, while also limiting food waste.
When it comes to reducing food waste in the kitchen, it’s important to have more than one trick up your sleeve. It’s very helpful to have a few “leftovers” recipes on hand to skillfully prepare the scraps in your fridge.
Follow me through this article where I share with you a simple and accessible method to keep the abundance of the beautiful season all year round!
For garden enthusiasts, August is a time of abundance. It’s so rewarding to reap the literal fruits of our labours. But if you were ambitious about your spring planting, you may be at a loss when you see the avalanche of zucchinis and the mountain of cherry tomatoes just waiting to be picked from the garden.
Spring is such a reinvigorating season with the return of long sunny days and the abundance of brightly coloured seasonal fruits and vegetables filling our supermarkets.
To avoid wasting, there’s no point in rushing, you just have to start off the right way! As soon as you get back from the supermarket, there are several storage tips you should know to optimize your food preserving.
January has so much more to offer! To change up your winter menu, we revisit three delicious seasonal vegetables that deserve a seat at your table!
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