Easy tips to fight climate change in your kitchen: make your kitchen greener with these 10 tips for a zero-waste kitchen. By saving food, reducing waste, changing a few habits, and planning ahead, you can drastically reduce your footprint in the kitchen.
The Real Junk Food Project dumpster dives to stock its kitchens and sells edible, safe food for everyone at its cafes around Australia and the UK.
Here’s a fun little infographic on the shelf life of different foods. Though I don’t really believe EVERYTHING on the chart (can you really freeze apples and cantaloupe…?) I thought it might be pretty handy to have around! Enjoy!
Did you know that we, as Americans, chuck up to HALF of our total food purchased. That means half of the work the farmers do, half the oil used to transport the goods, half the time you spend in the grocery store is simply… wasted. Doesn’t that seem crazy? How can we stop wasting food?