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43% of wasted food in the United States comes from households.
Together we can all waste less food.
The USDA states that even if the expiration date on your food item has passed, it should still be safe to eat if handled properly until the spoilage is evident.
Not sure if your eggs are still fresh? If the date has passed, they may still be good to eat.
Turn your extra apples into a healthy on-the-go snack by slicing and drying them.
Use those surplus holiday apples to make a simple and tasty apple pie!
Turn your extra apples into a delicious apple sauce that everyone will love!
Save your stale bread and hard heels for later by turning them into bread crumbs.
Save leftover bread from going into the compost bin by turning it into delicious homemade croutons.
Interested in trying something new and adventurous with your leftover turkey? Try wrapping it up in a tasty sushi roll!
Make the most out of your turkey by turning the bones and leftover meat into a tasty and healthy turkey soup.
A post-Thanksgiving favorite. Don’t forget to incorporate any leftover stuffing and cranberry sauce for a heartier sandwich.
Repurpose your leftover rice and clear out your veggie drawer by making a tasty fried rice.
Tired of that leftover pasta? Give it a new life by turning it into a pasta frittata.
Turn your stale bread into a delicious dessert.
Stuffed Bell Peppers
Put that stale old bread to use by making this simple stuffed pepper side dish.