October 1, 2019 - December 31, 2020

Annette Taylor

Psych Sciences

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    zero waste recipes
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Challenges

Food Waste Tracking

Food Waste Tracking

Ready. Set. Record!

For each day during the food waste tracking week, record your food waste. This action accepts one entry per day, so be sure to enter one total for food waste across all of your meals, or weigh all of your food waste once at the end of each day. Please use ounces for unit of measurement.

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DAILY CHALLENGES

Cooking

Revive Limpy Produce

Rescue limpy produce like leafy greens or carrots by soaking in an ice bath.

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DAILY CHALLENGES

Cooking

Repurpose Leftovers

Give leftovers a new life! For example, use leftover rice to make fried rice. I will try a recipe that repurposes leftovers times.

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One-Time Challenge

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  • Annette Taylor 10/02/2019 11:50 AM
    I had left overs from eating lunch out yesterday and it is the biggest part of today's dinner, along with some extra veggies.

  • Annette Taylor 10/02/2019 11:49 AM
    I tend to peel all my vegetable and toss the peelings. I really need to find someone who has a composter. I don't because I'm in a tiny condo and there is no place to put one. I wish there were very small ones for condos.

    • McVey Ayres 10/02/2019 10:08 PM
      Hey Annette, all you need is a compost bin- usually a ceramic bin with a lid (they can even look cute) that sits on top of the counter in your kitchen to put your food scraps in; you can google where to drop it off in your neighborhood and  do a once weekly run with your compost to that location.