1.91 billion pounds of Halloween pumpkins are grown every year in the U.S., and while they’re perfectly ok to eat, most end up in the trash. We owe it to our planet and ourselves to spend at least as much time upcycling our pumpkins as we do picking them out at the patch. So, here are some tricks and treats to ensure you aren’t haunted by food waste this Halloween...
Here are some tips for using every bit of your rotisserie chicken (or any other whole bird) from the food-waste experts at ReGrained.
When life gives you a bunch of overripe bananas—say you just got back from a camping trip where bananas were much less popular than you’d expected—well, I think you know what to do. You make banana bread, of course.
Made by soaking stale bread in eggs and milk, Egg Strata is like a casual quiche, with sourdough (or whatever you have lying around) replacing that finicky pie crust. Every bite delivers egg, cheese, veggies, and bread that’s squishy on the inside, crispy on the outside — in a way, it also evokes a deconstructed breakfast sandwich.
Have you ever wondered what to do with the leafy greens protruding from your root vegetables? I must admit, I used to throw them away; I wasn’t sure if they were edible, much less how to prepare them.
It was our privilege to be featured on NPR's "How You Built That" segment (the last 5 minutes or so of the episode). We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
At ReGrained, we believe that people want to eat great-tasting, nutritious food that protects our planet's dwindling resources.