Food Waste, Low-waste Living, Tips

Value Your Food

Today’s post continues with providing tips on preventing household food waste – with the focus being on how society doesn’t value food like past generations did. I personally think the root of our decline is mass production and convenience to just buy food (at least for some).

I believe that one will reduce less food if they truly value it and the production/making aspect of the ingredients to make a meal. Here are some suggestions to increase your own personal value of food.

Tips to value our food:
1. Try to buy local and really interact with the maker/farmer/producer
2. Disregard society's standards on how produce should look
3. Gain a better understanding of the production process of your food
4. Appreciate the food and the people involved to you having access to it

What other suggestions do you think would be beneficial?

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