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Now that summer is here, are you looking for outdoor activities with your family or friends? Here we’ll explain everything you need to know about finding gleaning initiatives to participate in, or even how to start your own gleaning group.
What to do with that lovely bunch of bananas on the fridge? Prepare a sweet, ripened banana and raspberry bread, ideal for breakfast on these summer days. If you don’t have raspberries, any other type of berries, pear, or apples will make a perfect combination!
The term “gleaning” may not ring any bells at first. This relatively unknown agricultural practice is quite simple: harvesting fresh fruits and vegetables from the field that would have otherwise gone to waste! Read on, we’ll explain everything about this revolutionary practice!
Staying motivated to cook, and on top of that to reduce waste, has become difficult these days. By challenging yourself, we invite you to rekindle your zero waste flame and rediscover the benefits of saving your veggies!
As I came to grips with the problem of food waste, I started including more anti-waste actions in my everyday life until I could no longer remember how I used to do things before! I want to share the 5 most beneficial anti-waste tricks I’ve learned, which I plan to continue using forever.
Most of the time, fruits and veggies go bad for one of two main reasons. They either get mouldy or wilt. Here are a few tricks to try once you’ve figured out what went wrong with your last batch of fruits and veggies.
Try Frida’s dip variations to help you get more vegetable protein in your diet: traditional hummus, baba ganoush and roasted bell pepper spread. These classics are prepared by collecting pieces of vegetables from the fridge. All served with homemade onion flatbread – tender, warm, and just right for a cozy day at home… Mmm!
A common source of food waste derives from lack of ideas about how to cook the ingredients we already have. We buy food and after a few days it starts to rot, or we simply don’t enjoy it as much as imagined before. This recipe is meant to enjoy that “don’t know what to do with” tofu, and that kale left in the fridge, before it looks like a yellow shrub.
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