10 other ways to recycle your leftovers
It is never an option to waste perfectly good food, but sometimes, you just end up making too much of a certain dish. Or the kids aren’t too keen on what you prepared.
We’re tops when it comes to recycling leftovers. But here are more suggestions on how a little more creativity and a few extra ingredients can turn an old dish into something completely different for you next meal.
By Erica Paredes, Hippie in High Heels
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