Power out

Stronger storms can mean more power outages. Here are a few tips on what to do if it happens to you: Keep the refrigerator and freezer doors closed as much […]

Making Michigan’s climate healthy

In 2020, Governor Whitmer signed an executive order for Michigan to become carbon neutral by 2050. Included in this order was also a target of a 28% reduction in carbon […]

Introducing the chefs

Chef Phil Jones has been part of Make Food Not Waste since planning began in August 2017. To the few that may not know Chef Phil, he is a generous, […]

Interview – Stephanie Osborn

Studies Show Good Health Is All Important  Make Food Not Waste went live thanks to the countless hours of our 30+ volunteers who have worked together over the past year […]

Interview – Kroger Zero Hunger Zero Waste

Kroger has been making headlines by demonstrating its leadership in and commitment to ending hunger and eliminating waste. Just last week, the company announced that it has started phasing out […]

Hack your vegetables

We would never recommend coming to blows with your vegetables, but we can recommend some ways to revive, use up, and make the most of what you’ve brought home or […]

For the love of soil

Looking for ways to reduce food waste at home? Compost! Decide what the right method of composting is for you and your living space.  If you have a yard, find […]

Cooking for the smaller household

Let’s face it, groceries are just not packaged with the smaller household in mind. Packs of meat, bundles of herbs and big boxes of snacks meant for 4-6 people can […]

Book signing with chef Ben Hall

The James Beard Foundation’s new cookbook Waste Not: How to Get the Most From Your Food has made its debut! Featuring 100 recipes from JBF award winners and alums from […]

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