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Save Cash and Eat Better With These 8 Tricks for Your Fruits and Veggies

by TakePart

kitchen

September 25, 2013

Save Cash and Eat Better With These 8 Tricks for Your Fruits and Veggies

There’s something so sad, so shaming, so reminiscent of money (or gardening time) wasted when you look at a withered fruit or vegetable. There are so many snacks you could have made together, so many healthy sides you didn’t cook. Ah, well, next time. But this next time you’ll mean it, because you’re equipped with eight new tricks that will miraculously extend the life of your produce.

TakePart.com posted this article we'll think you'll enjoy: Save Case and Eath Better With These 8 Tricks for Your Fruits and Veggies

What are your tricks for keeping uneaten fruits and veggies out of the trash? 

Related topics: Money Matters, Jackie, Food

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I don't really like fresh spinach, but it's so good for you. I rinse mine, put it in a blender with a little water and freeze in small portions (like in an ice cube tray). I throw a couple cubes in a fruit smoothie. You get the benefit, but it doesn't overpower the flavor of the fruit. Try it with pears, yogurt, pineapple ... yummy.

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