A third of the world’s annual food production ends up in the trash. This amount of food could feed 868 million of the world’s hungry, even four times more than they need to lead a nourishing life.
Being even a bit more mindful allows you to save your money and also save these precious and vital food resources.
One meal a week dedicated to using all leftover ingredients or other foods that would get overlooked (look in your freezer for those leftovers you were sick of that are from a while ago!)
There are an endless amount of creative ways to save food resources and avoid unnecessary waste, if you are unsure of specific food try a quick recipe search on Pinterest and I am positive numerous results will pop up.
Repurposing leftovers is huge and usually save time and money
Live a more intentional life and know what is in your fridge, what is in your pantry and pay attention to the use-by dates for perishable items, otherwise use expiration dates as guides (they are usually not FDA approved).