Zero waste means cooking simple. This works especially well in the summer when we want to spend less time in the kitchen and more time in the sun! Here’s a summer orzo salad recipe and details on how I avoided plastic and unnecessary packaging to make it. Oh, and it was delicious, too! 😉
This is a super easy and flexible pesto recipe that uses up the extra carrot greens you’ve got.
Bread pudding is my favorite way to reduce food waste because it gives stale bread a new and delicious life. This rhubarb bread pudding is a perfect way to use that leftover bread if you’ve got a surplus of rhubarb! Otherwise, whatever fruit’s in season will do.
This recipe for fettuccine with bechamel sauce, mustard greens and smoked ham is so delicious (and easy!) you’ll want to add it to your regular routine. Promise.
What’s the easiest way to make vegetable broth at home? From your kitchen scraps, of course! It’s delicious and extremely cost effective too.