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Precious food - let's not waste it!

Lucky enough I’m a person who likes left overs and I don’t mind eating the same dish several times in a row. I also don’t feel too bothered about buying apples that don’t look perfect or bananas that have turned a little brown. But it seems that a lot of people don’t share this flexibility and mindset.  According to the United Nations roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year - approximately 1.3 billion tonnes - gets lost or wasted. Think about this for a moment, I find this both shocking and unbelievable. Not to mention how many people go hungry every day…  It’s well worth asking yourself: how much do I throw away each day/week that could have been saved? And more importantly how can you move forward and avoid food waste in the future in your own household and when going out?

In this post I would like to share my ideas and experiences and give you somepractical tips around food waste. One thing I want to explain in advance is that there’s a diff…

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