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Waste No More Food

Waste No More Food Wednesday is a
weekly series here at Frugal Farmhouse.
In an attempt to keep better track of
what is in our refrigerators.
Join in on the fun!




Boy oh boy. this was a wasteful week.

1- shrimp and cream cheese dip
2- frosting
3- grilled hot dog
4- Pasta salad
5-mini blueberry pie
6- blueberry pie filling
7-chili

SHAME ON ME. In my defense, chevy man ruined that chili, btw, how gross is that? Can a man seriously NOT find the plastic wrap...


Did you have any food waste this week?


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  1. Hi- found you from the BHSJW blog hop. I'm a new follower- hope you'll stop by and visit my blog.
    www.occasionallycrafty.blogspot.com

    Man, I have so much food waste. My family DOES NOT eat leftovers. So either I end up throwing the food out right after dinner, or I feel guilty and save it, then throw it out a few days later. Sigh.... guess I need to work on the portions I make for dinner.

    Anyway- have a great week!
    Valerie

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  2. Thanks for the follow. I am now following you too! Have a great day! :)

    Jessica

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  3. Hi! Just stopping by. Following you from the Catch a Wave Wednesday. Would love a visit and follow back on my blog: blog.writerslairbooks.com. Thanks!

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  4. I usually go for making too little than too much, and just keep snacks or dessert around for any little empty spots. We don't have a microwave so its hard to reheat things a lot. I do make extra of, and keep, my unused mashed potatoes and fry them for breakfast the next morning tho. MMM!

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  5. We were out of town last week, but the week before we had to throw away leftover Chinese, half a loaf of unused bread, and a quarter gallon of milk. Oh, and ants invaded our pantry thanks to our great drought in Texas, and we threw away at least $50 of stockpiled foods that were infested...

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  6. Thanks for visiting, I am returning the follow. I try not to waste. I sometime use leftover veggies and turn them into soup or throw them in a stir fry.

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  7. I hate to waste food, but we always do!
    On a complete side note, I have that exact same Food Network container, I love mine!
    Great blog, look forward to reading more :)

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  8. Thank you so much for stopping by!
    I have just started blogging 2 months ago and I'm so happy to get new readers! It gives me inspiration to keep writing...
    I bet you feel the same way.

    Loved your blog, btw :)
    Have a nice day!
    __________________________________________
    http://mustbeliberating.blogspot.com/

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