July 13, 2020
Now that your shelves are stocked, and food is safely in the kitchen, what can you do with the extra before it goes bad? Many schools have been providing free meals and extra produce to families, but what if you cannot eat the food fast enough? Your family may also be tired of eating the same meals over and over again. Fortunately, there are several ways to reduce food waste while adding variety to your offerings.

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