Are you tossing your melon rinds and orange peels in the trash? You're missing out! Cooking with food scraps is one of my favorite ways to bump up the flavor in meals without adding too many extra calories. Bonus: Reducing waste also helps me save at the store. Want to hear my best tips for getting more out of your next grocery haul?
9 Delicious Ways to Cut Down on Food Waste
Save money and put those leftovers to work! Find creative ideas in my NBCNews.com article.
13 Food Scraps You Never Knew You Could Eat
You can do a lot with those watermelon rinds, so don't toss 'em. I share environmentally friendly ways to curb food waste in my ReadersDigest.com listicle.
Amy's Recipe of the Week: Orange Coconut Parfait
Citrus zest to the rescue! Use the entire fruit to make this flavorful breakfast in a flash. Try grated orange peel in a quinoa salad at lunch, too.
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