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Treat the freezer as an efficient, hardworking storage space and stock it thoughtfully with ingredients and meals.
Picked from the garden or purchased at the market, fresh herbs equal big flavor potential. Feature them in pesto or vinaigrette, freeze them for later or try your hand at drying.
Want to discover a superhero hiding right in your pantry? Look no further than the humble bottle of vinegar. Here are a few of its household powers. What single product can wash floors and surfaces, loosen tough stains, shine windows, clean the fridge and disinfect doorknob...Read More »
You took the time to select and pay for your groceries. Now protect your edible investments by storing food safely and conveniently.
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At cents per serving, beans are easy on the budget and serve up flavor, protein and variety. Here’s how to store, cook and use beans.
Keep a pound of meat in the fridge or freezer for quick, heat-and-eat meals. Add these shortcuts to your dinnertime routine.
Tucked between central Washington’s Cascade Mountains and the Columbia River lies Mike and April Clayton’s orchard. Each year, the Claytons and their two young children manage 80 acres of apples and 65 acres of cherries. They grow thousands of p...Read More »
Humble potatoes are food waste reduction “Rock Stars”. These starchy veggies store like a dream in cool, dark places, and leftover cooked potatoes can be repurposed in a variety of dishes from breakfast hashes to soups to burritos. Just ask farmer Gregg Halverson. Gregg is ...Read More »
Reducing or eliminating household food waste can be a challenge, but it can also make a big impact on your family’s bottom line. The average American family throws out an estimated 25 percent of the food and beverages they buy, according to the Natural Resources Defense Counci...Read More »