There are ways to improve your kitchen karma and conserve energy and water. Food waste is also a serious issue. About 20 percent of what we buy ends up in the landfills. Bits of food such as tea bags, apple cores, banana skins, and bones are thrown away. The problem is that there is food waste that is avoidable, for example, products that are not used by the use by date and overcooked food. Food waste and reliance on nonrenewable resources have serious social, economic, and environmental implications. Wasting food also means wasting energy for cooking, retailing, transporting, and growing crops. And bio-waste is already cluttering the planet. There are too many of us.
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