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Wasteful Wednesday: August 3

1- cream of chicken
2- leftover homemade mayo
3- noodles and tomato sauce
4- noodles and alfredo
5- sour cream
6- onion rings
7- lettuce

Wow, I really made up for last week didn't I? No excuse, I fail.

Did you have any food waste this week?


  1. Yea we have some mashed potatoes and peas and some strawberries and yogurt that went bad..oops! It's such a yucky feeling knowing we've wasted so much food.

    I found your blog on a blog hop today and am following now. I hope you can come visit my blog and join my hop as well!

  2. I can totally relate! I try to use leftovers up but I fail too-often.

    I'm visiting from I hope you'll visit me too and follow if you like it. Thanks!

  3. Stopping by from the Alexa blog drop

  4. Been there... It is hard to make the perfect meal plan that is completely waste free, I was really bad as a young homemaker, and am a lot better now, I still have to toss out bad produce from time to time. When I had chickens I could give them leftovers and I still give our two big ol' labs leftovers too- they are very happy to help :) Visiting from Thursday almost friday blog hop. ~April


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