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Under-the-Radar Tips for How to Reduce Food Waste at Home

Debra Redalia

 

This photo of the edible parts of the cauliflower is courtesy of Belmond Mount Nelson.


 
Occasionally I find articles so good and to the point, I just want to share them with you as they are.

Learn Under-the-Radar Tips for How to Reduce Food Waste at Home from the food blog Heated interviews a hotel chef in South Africa who is dedicated to understanding and using ALL parts of plant and animal ingredients.

I love this the above photo that shows all the edible parts of cauliflower that can be used.

In their kitchen they keep all trimmings on the working surface instead of throwing them away so they can see them and make use of them in creative ways.

Part of wholefood cuisine is to eat all the edible parts. Take a look at this article for a deep look at this concept.

“We are blessed to able to work with food, and it does not give us the right to be disrespectful. If we understand that the farmer took time in preparation of soil, planting, growing, harvesting, packaging, and distributing — it’s a lengthy process that does not give us the right to be wasteful.”