Did you know that approximately of all food grown, processed, and transported in the US will never be eaten? Read on to learn how you can cut down on your personal food waste and discover the many miraculous ways you can use scraps too!
Growing vegetables from food waste is a great lesson for kids and also makes great science experiments Teach students how to regrow food and pick a food to regrow as a class. Could use a food from a students leftover lunch.
I chose this pin because it provides ways in which to eliminate kitchen waste. So often I am found throwing away all of my unused kitchen supplies, when in reality I could've been saving money and the earth all at once.
In the US, we waste 40 percent of all the food we produce, squandering valuable natural resources and contributing to global climate change. But it's incredibly easy to reduce your own food waste. Learn how here!
Personal Life: This pin and information about how to not waste food would help guide me in the right direction in my daily life. I dislike wasting food and I want to have tips of how to resolve this issue.
Different types of food require different types of storage. Some vegetables just want to breath and be free, while others will only stay crisp in that special refrigerator door. Here’s a look at various types of foods and where you should store them in yo