I wish I could express the dismay I feel at seeing how much good food people throw away. Or, for that matter, how much people claim eating like I do costs more, often from the same people. I don’t see how not throwing away food costs more than throwing away food.
Maybe exasperation as much as dismay.
Anyway, my (partial) solutions to food waste:
If you buy food, eat it. If you aren’t going to eat it, don’t buy it.
If a restaurant gives too big portions, don’t eat there.
Avoid doof and don’t confuse it with food.
Never call doof food.
You might say, “Of course, Josh, no duh.” But people don’t do these things and they can. They save money and are more healthy.
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