When you have stalks, stems, leaves and more lying around, there's nothing better and easier than making your own vegetable stock.
Our recipe editor, Aleigh Michelle, shows us how!
How to reduce food waste?
You can fight food waste at home by getting crafty with some of our recipe solutions to tackle the food waste problem.
This is the easiest zero waste recipe in the book.
Let's make a versatile, delicious veggie stock from the veggie scraps you have at home.
This recipe is part of a larger recipe series in which we'll show you how to cook with your vegetable scraps and odds, ends and stems at home.
Food waste has a massive environmental impact - especially when it comes to food waste produced in your home.
Most of this waste gets sent directly to the landfill if you don't have green bins or compost available in your city. And food waste is the top solution to fight climate change according to Project Drawdown.
There are so many ways to reduce food waste, and this veggie stock recipe from your upcycled veggie scraps might be one of the easiest ways to prevent food waste.
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