Saving food starts with your mindset. Then it’ll become easier and easier to change habits for the better. You might even find yourself cooking smarter (and more healthfully) at home. Here are a few ways to find what works for you.
Don’t give up on that droopy celery just yet. A quick fix in the kitchen can often transform would-be throwaways into healthy, hearty meals. Even if it’s a bit stale, burned, or questionably seasoned. Use these tips to extend the life of your food.
Sure, a freezer is useful. But it’s so much more. It’s practically magic — a tool that allows you to push the pause button on food in your kitchen. Arm yourself with these six tips to take full advantage of your freezer.
Conservation skills don’t always come naturally — they’re learned. That’s why it’s so important for new parents to teach little ones that a clean plate is better for them, and the environment, too. Here are some great ways to start the conversation.
You know all of those dates on food products, like “sell by,” “use by,” and “best before”? They’re only suggestions. That’s all. That being said, they can still be confusing to understand. We can help with that.
There are many reasons behind food waste, but simply buying more than we use is a big one. The good news? Careful grocery shopping saves money right away. A few quick habit changes will help food last longer.
Planning meals in advance can seem intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be. (No, really.) Arm yourself with these ten easy tips and you’ll be scheduling meals and saving food like a pro in no time at all.