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There’s no denying it: food waste is a serious issue—for both our environment, and our wallets. Nearly one-third of all the food produced annually is left to rot in the fields or in our kitchens, costing the average American household more than $1500 each year. Fortunately, the James Beard Foundation’s new cookbook, , offers up a whole host of delicious solutions. Featuring 100 recipes from alumni of their , including JBF Award winners Rick Bayless, Bryant Terry, Sarah Grueneberg, and more, Waste Not will teach you how to turn every root, bone, rind, and stem into a irresistible dish.
“Food waste is one of the world’s biggest issues, and this book takes a big swing at solving it, or at least approaching it, through creative recipes that are smart, forward-thinking, and devoted to keeping food delicious. They say ‘Waste Not, Want Not,’ but I want you to read this book.”—Questlove