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How to reduce food waste this holiday season

Melanie Wong | Dec 20, 201908:13 PM     3

"This holiday season, avoid tossing food in the trash by taking these steps:

• Try not to over prepare food; instead try to prepare “just enough.”
• Encourage friends and family to take leftovers home.
• Store leftovers in the freezer to enjoy after you’ve had a break from them for a little while.
• Search “holiday leftover recipes” online for new ideas.

The key is to get creative and prevent waste from even occurring. Make preventing food waste your personal act of conservation."

How to reduce food waste this holiday season

If you’re passionate about conservation, consider this: preventing and reducing food waste is one of the best things you can do to conserve natural...

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