With grocery bills remaining high, the last thing any of us want to do is throw out items we buy. But pricey produce can go bad quickly, leading to wasted food and money. Chef and Love Food Hate Waste Canada ambassador Christine Tizzard shares tips on buying longer-lasting fruit and veggies to reduce shopping trips, expenses and food waste. Find four of her simple recipes below.
Whole beets bought with those long dark greens can last you a couple of months. Buying with the greens gives you a bigger bang for your buck since beet greens are delicious, so you get more meals.
This is a more adult version of a Caesar salad.
A little freezer tip: When baking with frozen apples, there's no need to thaw them first.
You can use roughly torn burrata or fresh mozzarella. Dress it with a vinaigrette made with any type of jam and any nuts or seeds you want to add. So quick, so simple, so delicious!