Friday Buffet

The food waste book market is ‘hotting up.’ A book called Waste is now out in the UK. I’m excited about it and hope to get my hands on a copy soon.

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California’s East Bay MUD is the first wastewater treatment plant in the U.S. to turn post-consumer food waste into energy photo by matt hintsa via creative commonsvia Anaerobic Digestion. Pretty specific first, there! But great news, nonetheless.

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Potlucks: a great way¬†to reduce and/or discuss food waste. My question: what’s the etiquette on taking/leaving leftovers? Do you leave them with the host or do you take what you brought?

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For those of you looking for more ways to avoid food waste, here are 20 tips.

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Finally, I would totally take part in a garbage-sorting contest. Why wasn’t composting part of it, though? (What with Seattle’s near-mandatory composting.)

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