Have you ever cooked with ginger paste? It can be found in a tube sold near fresh herbs, or frozen in little cubes in the freezer section of grocery stores. Continue reading “Homemade ginger paste cubes”
Have you ever sat down to take a hard look at your budget to see what you can trim? Depending on your situation, you may not have much wiggle room in any of your budget categories. But there is almost always one you can manipulate: FOOD. Continue reading “How we save money on groceries”
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If you receive the Food and Nutrition Magazine, you know that this year marked the start of a new segment at the back of the magazine catering to food waste. There have been some interesting articles about composting, aquafabe, and using fruits and vegetables that have passed their prime.
While we may think of some of these topics as “domestic interests” pertaining mostly to home kitchens, dietitians should be equipped to answer questions – or at least refer resources – to patients, clients, and friends. Today, my RD tip for you is about Five Kitchen resources to reuse to save resources AND money.