8 Food Scraps You Can Actually Eat

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Americans waste 133 billion pounds of food every year. Actually, 10 percent of your income goes on food. Reduce your food waste and save money with these 8 food scraps you never knew you could eat!

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Cheese rinds

For example, rinds from Parmesan make a great base for homemade stocks or as an add-in to homemade soups. Just rinse off the rind, then throw it into a pot of soup or broth once it’s simmering. Make sure to get it out of the pot before serving up the soup!

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