The Average American throws out $1,500 worth of food every year! That’s $125 a month in the garbage, down the drain, or into the compost bin.
Wouldn’t it be nice to keep that $125 a month and reclaim the hours spent in wandering the aisles of the grocery store? Or the time spent looking at a full fridge and cupboard thinking “I don’t have anything to eat”?
“I consider myself pretty good at cooking with what’s in my kitchen, but even I learned a lot from this book. I get a CSA every week and I didn’t have to purchase any food outside of that; I’ve started storing my food differently and doing Sunday meal prep. Super helpful!”
– Megan G.
What do you get?
“This book changed how and where I store food; I’m reorganizing my fridge and pantry based on what Sarah taught me. I really liked the recipe ideas - they reminded me that adding a little extra care to leftovers can make them way more exciting!”
– Monica F.
“I’m notorious for buying kale and using half of it while the other half goes bad - no more! After reading this book, I started to make more of an effort to use what I had in the fridge instead of telling myself I “deserve” to get breakfast or lunch out when I already have things to eat at home. Sarah taught me to roll the leftovers into my meal planning, rather than just buying supplies for a few meals I want to make. And the recipes Sarah shared are great!”
– Carolyn O.
Get started with what’s in your kitchen right now! Skip this week’s grocery trip, save yourself money and time, and expand your cooking skills.
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Sarah Von Bargen is a writer + educator who helps people spend their money and time on purpose. She's been blogging for ten years at Yesandyes.org and if you're going to toss those Parmesan rinds can she have them because she wants to put them in a soup she's making?