Otros idiomas: Español
Now that August is behind us, it will be followed by a time of continued uncertainty and above all by a few difficult autumn months in all areas. Be that as it may, September is already a complicated month for family budgets with the return to school, among other things. The expenses as every year are the same or perhaps more if we can no longer count on the older to give us a hand with the little ones. Once again we have to deal with books, school fees in some cases, the dining room, materials, clothing that became too small, etc. The payments are multiplied but the income is either equal or has decreased in some cases.
Controlling food waste is just as important as controlling spending, either because we will do it too, or because we will help reduce the tons of food that end up in the garbage each year. We waste a lot of food and we must be aware of this, because while we throw it away in other parts of the world they are dying because of its lack, and because so much garbage ends up contaminating our wonderful planet.
Surely you have experienced this by throwing away food because it has passed its expiration date or because when you have opened the pre-packaged package from the market or supermarket you realize that it is a lot, and although you think you are going to use it later, it ends up getting out of date or it gets ugly in the fridge. There are many suggestions and tricks to avoid reaching this extreme, such as planning, freezing well, buying less packaging, but today we are going to focus on one very important one: the reuse of those remains whether cooked or raw in the form of recipes.
For those of us who haven’t had any baked potatoes left, or the brave ones we bought with the chicken a l’ast, which have been left a little softer. Well, you’ll see that soon you’ll give them new life.
Yes, it’s still hot! And we can combine those various leftovers into a tasty dish. We can eat it all on a plate or as a filling in a pastry.
Something so simple but so delicious!
It’s easy to have leftover frozen leftovers that have been in the freezer for a while, or that you have prepared over the weekend. And fish that has already been battered, or that you have left over from some stew. Well, let’s see how to make croquettes with it.
We shouldn’t throw anything away and we don’t want to do it anymore either. It is mainly a moral issue, besides the economic and energy savings it entails. We can all easily contribute to it. The small gestures in each home make an enormous impact on the planet as a whole.
Otros idiomas: Español