New Cookbook: “Waste Not” from the James Beard Foundation

New Cookbook: “Waste Not” from the James Beard Foundation

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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, Waste Not: How to Get the Most from Your Food, offers up a whole host of delicious solutions. Featuring 100 recipes from alumni of their Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change, 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

Waste Not, published by Rizzoli, will go on-sale September 25, but you can pre-order the book now.

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