Love Food Hate Waste has put together a super guide to help reduce food waste in the lead up to Christmas. What better time to minimise your fridge, freezer, and pantry stores by eating the food you already have, leaving you plenty of room for Christmas fare to be shared on the day (and after).
They’ve also put together a fantastic recipe collection of inventive ways to use up leftovers: two of my favourites are the Green Garden Crackers which can be made from wilted greens, and Okonomiyaki which is a savoury Japanese pancake made with cabbage.
They suggest challenging yourself for a week or more, to living off the contents of your fridge, freezer, and pantry without buying anything else. This is a great way to clear out all the bits and bobs that have been hanging around for far too long. If you’re anything like me, you have a plethora of little containers lurking in the back of the pantry and fridge that need to be put to good use or thrown away.
Click here for Love Food Hate Waste‘s Guide to Reducing Food Waste