Anti-waste recipes: how to recycle vegetables and leftovers – Italian Cuisine

Anti-waste recipes: how to recycle vegetables and leftovers

Did you know that every year more than a third of the food produced around the world is thrown away? Unfortunately, food waste is the order of the day but we, in our small way, the home kitchen, can change things… how? For example, using those parts of the ingredients that are usually discarded or creating new dishes with the leftovers left in the fridge!

By following our recipes you will discover how to make delicious vegetable peel chips, a delicious leek farinata and original bruschetta with broccoli cream for a zero-waste aperitif. Or you could use that jar of yoghurt nearing its expiry date to prepare some soft and fragrant yoghurt naan bread to perhaps accompany a creamy hummus with artichoke stems!

Here you will find not only many innovative ideas but also some typical recipes of peasant cuisine, such as sautéed broad bean peel or stale bread cake… demonstrating the fact that sustainability is not a fashionable concept but a necessary choice that we can make in practice easily even in the small gestures of everyday life!

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