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Reuse Roundup: Lesa Roemke

Today's Reuse Roundup post comes from Lesa Roemke of Kenosha, WI.

I hope her tip inspires you to send me your best kitchen tip(s) for waste minimizing--you could win a Google Nexus 7 tablet and signed copies of both of my cookbooks. Only 1 day left to enter the contest (it ends tomorrow, March 7th)!!

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Lesa says:

My tip for minimizing waste in the kitchen is to keep track of leftovers. First of all, since I know that my family is not good at eating leftovers, I try to cook in such a way that I don't end up with any.

But if I do have some leftovers, I write them down on a small dry-erase board on the fridge, along with the date. Then when we are wondering what to have for lunch, we can easily see what leftovers are available. Including the date makes sure we eat them in a timely manner. I started doing this a month or so ago and it has really helped cut down on the amount of leftovers I have to throw out.

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