I get so mad at myself when I waste food. It is completely frustrating when vegetables go past their prime or when food in the freezer is stored too long or improperly. Thankfully, I have gotten much better at both of those scenarios so that neither one is a common occurrence any more.
We made the decision to stop letting it happen.
We shop our refrigerator more often.
We restock less often.
We consciously make sure that our dinner plates have more vegetable space.
We take a NutriBullet of pureed veggies and fruit to work every day.
We just keep working at it and when something goes bad, we shake it off, compost, and move on.
How about you?
Do you get just as frustrated when your let your veggies go to waste?
Earlier this month I wrote an article for TasteArkansas (sponsored) and shared my secrets on what to do to make sure those veggies won’t go to waste when you have an extra five, fifteen, thirty, or sixty minutes to spare.
And, if you are curious on how to tame that freezer, DiningWithDeb’s tells us exactly how.
Now we don’t have any excuses.
Eat well, my friend. Eat well.