We all want what’s best for our family. When I go to the store, I always look for expiration dates, for how meat looks, for how spotty or bruised produce is. I only want to give my family the best. And why not? If I’d have to pay the same price for something perfect vs something about to go bad, why should I pay for an inferior product? but is it inferior? Is spotty produce really bad, or are they just as good as perfect produce? More so, once we get it home, should I throw out the aged produce, or go ahead and cook it? Find out here!
Did that blow you away as much as me? Growing up, my mom always cut the bad spots off of fruits and vegetables. She’d cook them into soups or freeze them for later. We never threw anything away. I don’t know when I decided aged produce was bad, but I’m wondering now how much money I could have saved (and how much I can save now) if I’d just used that produce instead of tossed it? I’m definitely going to have to rethink how I cook after this!
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