No matter what seems to be ailing me, home always seems to have a way to help. And I bet I’m not alone.
The people who handle your postmortem remains — from the funeral director to the (if you so choose) anatomy professor — are in a unique position to make an example of your body. They have access to some very personal information regarding your implants, diseases, and snack habits.
“Food is a weapon. Don’t waste it.” During World Wars I and II, the US made a national priority of curbing food waste—a lesson from history that bears repeating. Today, approximately 40 percent of food (about 20 pounds per person per month) in the US gets wasted. At the same time, 17.6 million American households are food insecure.
Feeling guilty about leaving vegetables in the fridge for too long or fruit in the fruit bowl until it spoils? Then cut waste and save money with these tips
Here are my Top 10 tips in eight categories to help you lower your waste at home. Each section is a condensed version of a posting on the subject, so please follow title links for more information on each section.
None of us like wasting food. We definitely don’t set out to do it. But, as hard as we try it inevitably seems to happen in one way or another. The Kitchn talks a lot about food waste, like, ways to avoid it, great habits to to help you prevent it, the useful tips to minimize it.