Though buying in bulk may be convenient, research has shown that this shopping method leads to more food waste. Avoid buying more food than you need
Inventory your pantry, refrigerator, and freezer before you go to the store to avoid overbuying.
Pickling, drying, canning, fermenting, freezing and curing are all methods you can use to make food last longer, thus reducing waste.Not only will these methods shrink your carbon footprint, they will save you money as well.
Planning at least a few meals a week can help ensure that you eat healthy meals. It also prevents you from buying too much food.
If you think you won't be able to eat the leftovers in three days, store them in the freezer and label them. Keep the freezer tidy so that food doesn't get lost.
Composting leftover food is a useful way to reuse leftovers and convert food waste into energy for plants. An outdoor composter may be good for someone with a large yard, while a countertop composter is better for city residents.
Look for ways to use food that isn't fresh instead of throwing it away. Leftovers and vegetable peels can be turned into soup stock. Soft apples or blueberries are perfect for cooking in oatmeal. Slightly wilted vegetables are ideal for soups or stir-fries.
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