Did you know that the average American family throws away 25% of the food they buy every single week? That means that for every $100 you spend at the grocery store, you likely throw $25 of it away! It’s not just bread heels and moldy leftovers. There’s a whole host of edible things that most cooks automatically throw away, but that can be used to make delicious food!
Enter From Garbage to Gourmet, a beautiful new eBook written by a deal blogger, featuring over 80 recipes for using things like broccoli stalks, potato peels, carrot ends, herb stems, corn cobs, and more. Things that most people throw away without thinking about it, but can be used to make incredibly delicious food! And these aren’t just “throw it in a soup” or “put all your leftovers together and call it a casserole” recipes.
And, it’s not just recipes! From Garbage to Gourmet has hundreds of strategies to help you prevent food waste and create delicious food out of things you normally throw away. In this book, you’ll find out how to prevent produce from spoiling, learn strategies for keeping cheese fresh, and discover what to do with shrimp shells, potato peels, onion skins, leftover oatmeal, and more – stuff you probably throw away, but can be used to create truly delicious food.
For a limited time, From Garbage to Gourmet is 50% off! You’ll pay $4.99 and get the following:
- 81 original recipes
- Beautiful full-color, magazine-style layout
- Exhaustive ingredient index so you can quickly locate recipes and tips
- Printer-friendly recipe pages at the back of the book
Did I mention this ebook is beautiful? It is not typed out in Word and then formatted as a PDF. It is laid out like a magazine, with color and everything. Best part? You download the book directly to your computer, iPad or other tablet and you can start enjoying it right away! The ebook is also formatted for Kindle — you just don’t get the pretty pictures and the easy-to-print recipes in the back.
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