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Expansion of food stamp (SNAP) program to benefit those eating healthy
3yr freshplaza.us
"The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program, commonly called food stamps, is expanding, meaning that citizens will be able to get more fresh produce, without spending more money.Those enrolled.....
Stuffed Grape Leaves | deb's pots
3yr debspots.com
"Β  What does the final week of June mean to you? For most of us, it’s a celebration of the true b...
"Β  What does the final week of June mean to you? For most of us, it’s a celebration of the true beginning of summer, school is out, the days are warm and long, the fawns are capering with the b…" #...
Made an age-old boiled ham shank recipe, in true #nofoodwaste fashion. Going to use the leftover bone to make ham & bean soup.
3yr munchiemummy.blogspot.com
It's such an often overlooked cut of meat- but so delicious and so easy to make (not to mention c...
It's such an often overlooked cut of meat- but so delicious and so easy to make (not to mention cheap!). Ask your butcher for one today
I'm calling this one the "Locals Only Quiche".
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Yet another asparagus recipe! Getting as much as we can before the season is out πŸ‘πŸΌ

Farmstand as...
Yet another asparagus recipe! Getting as much as we can before the season is out πŸ‘πŸΌ Farmstand asparagus, 2 rashers of bacon from our local butcher [sliced into 1/2" pieces], locally made cheddar [...
  • PAFarmer I like the word "rashers"...does that mean a strip?
  • munchiemummy @PAFarmer yep! Over here in the UK it's unsmoked back bacon, so the pieces are a bit larger than American style bacon (from the belly), and they're called rashers. Smoked bacon would be fine in...
  • mirasingh I learn something new every day. I'll use "rashers" with my British cousins =)
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Mini zucchini
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Mini golden and green zucchini with blossoms still attached. A rare and delicious treat for us! I...
Mini golden and green zucchini with blossoms still attached. A rare and delicious treat for us! It's hard to consistently catch them in this stage. #nofoodwaste
  • MargaretG My fave! And almost impossible to find a farmer who will sell them to you in this stage so you def have to grow your own (or pay a fortune!)
  • Rachna Yes so beautiful! I only got to see this from my parents' garden
Cherries, chia, and milled flax on my yogurt this morning.
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The cherries were another one of my daily markdown finds at my local co-op; finding as many ways ...
The cherries were another one of my daily markdown finds at my local co-op; finding as many ways to eat them as I can! #nofoodwaste As a kid, my best friend's family had a massive cherry tree and...
  • Rachna So lovely! Mashed up with yogurt, the ripe ones taste better :)
When in doubt, make PESTO!!! Get creative and use kale, carrot tops, or beet greens along with basil. #NoFoodWaste
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  • Rachna Yes!! And it lasts for 5 days, but you can freeze it for even longer shelflife
Strawberries...
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Strawberries are sure having their moment...with pancakes and creme anglaise #inseasonnow #Flavor...
Strawberries are sure having their moment...with pancakes and creme anglaise #inseasonnow #FlavorsOfLight #FoodRevolution #nofoodwaste Tip: use up cottage cheese or ricotta cheese in pancakes, grea...
  • Rachna More strawberries! So much inspiration!
  • etsummer Oh these strawberries are just the cutest
  • reneedenise @Rachna I think strawberries are hitting their peak at the market, they're also going up in price! :)
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Making Shakshouka again! This time is tomato based, with added bacon and finished off with feta cheese and chopped parsley.
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Using bits and pieces from the fridge #nofoodwaste
Using bits and pieces from the fridge #nofoodwaste
Fighting Food Waste One Juice at a Time
3yr misfitjuicery.co
Phil Wong and Ann Lang started Misfit Juicery in 2014 while still students at Georgetown. Their focus was to combat food waste by using oddly shaped, bruised or blemished produce in cold-pressed j...
  • Rachna Awesome nofoodwaste find!
  • FarmerDave I don't know why people call them 'ugly.' I think that is part of the problem. We should call them unique or rare. Regardless, I'm excited about this company rescuing so many fruits and vegetables.
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