Wed Nov 7, 2012, 03:02 PM
polly7 (20,582 posts)
Food Wastage: India Fares Much Better Than the US and Europe
By Devinder Sharma
Tuesday, November 06, 2012
"Sometimes, when I am finished with my meal at a marriage ceremony and go out to throw my patal (made from leaves) in the dustbin, I watch with great regret and concern when a team of urchins would descend to look for leftovers. After these children are done away with, I find the dogs moving in. At the same time I can spot a number of crows waiting for their turn. The clamour for food security extends beyond us, the well-to-do.
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Food Wastage: India Fares Much Better Than the US and Europe (Original post)
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Wed Nov 7, 2012, 07:06 PM
no_hypocrisy (28,269 posts)
1. If possible, I try to use food twice before I dispose of the remnants.
I make broths from bones from poultry, meat, and fish.
I save vegetable scraps for the broths.
When I juice, I save the pulp of fruit and vegetables to eat again.