As a society, Americans waste quite a lot of food. However, there are steps we can take to be better. Here are some quick suggestions for reducing the amount of food you throw away.
Freeze and Refrigerate Your Leftovers
This refers to leftovers from home meals and those from restaurants. If you’re paying for the food, you should eat it all. If you made too much food or ordered too much to eat, put it away for tomorrow.
Freeze Food That Goes Bad Quickly
Meats, seafood, and fruits may be bought in portions larger than you wish to prepare for one sitting. Don’t leave these foods to go bad. Put them in the freezer. When you want them again, thaw and cook them.
Think Before You Buy
If you don’t have space to keep perishable items and suspect you won’t finish them, don’t buy them. They’ll just go to waste later. Use what you have before you buy something to replace it.
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