VIDEO: Here's a Simple Composting Primer (With an Awesome Accent)
Avoiding throwing out food that can be eaten or composted. Either way much of what you throw out could be recycled into a good quality soil, fertilizer and even generate electricity fed back into the national grid.
This month, we're challenging the GOOD community to host a dinner party and cook a meal that contains fewer ingredients than the number of people on the guest list. Throughout March, we'll share ideas and resources for being more conscious about our food and food systems. Join the conversation at good.is/food and on Twitter at #chewonit.