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On Fri Nov 19 21:50:14 EST 2010, "GRAUNKE,RYAN E"
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> Hello BESTers,
> Leftovers, they're a simple solution to a very serious problem,
> food waste. Composting and anaerobic digestion a have huge
> potential for recycling society's food waste, but one thing I
> would not want to happen is for edible food to be fed to a
> digester, when it should be fed to a human. Recycling food
> "waste" for human consumption may not seem like that big of a
> deal, but an enormous amount of perfectly edible food waste is
> put in landfills every year. If we all cleaned our plate, ate
> out leftovers, and check the back of the drawer for the produce
> we always seem to forget, anaerobic digestion and composting
> could be saved for the truly inedible food waste (trimmings,
> Just in time for Thanksgiving, a day notorious for extra food
> waste, this article has helpful tips and recipes for reusing the
> holiday's leftovers.
> Have a great weekend,
> Eliminate Waste This Thanksgiving with Leftover Recipes
> Bob Lilienfeld
> November 18, 2010