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Why you should never throw away orange peels or banana peels

Baked Apple Cinnamon Spice Chips Preheat oven to 200 2 large red apples, 2 tsp of cinnamon, 1/2 tsp nutmeg, 1 tsp stevia. Slice apples about 1/8 inch thick. Coat in mixture. Bake 1.5 to 2 hours until dry and crispy. Yum

Fermenting Crabapples. "Fermentation eventually transforms the hard, extremely sour crabapples into clusters of soft, sweet, tangy effervescent amazingnesses."

"Brown Sugar Baked Peaches. Better than doughnuts! Bake at 375 degrees for 30 min."

Recipe Sweet – Brown Sugar Baked Peaches

Keeping produce fresh longer

Keeping Produce Fresh Longer | Thinking Outside the Pot

Zesting with a Knife

How to Zest With a Knife and Why You Should Bother

How to Cut a Pineapple - a step-by-step photo tutorial with instructions. | DessertNowDinnerL... #pineapple #howto #tutorial

How to Cut a Pineapple - Dessert Now, Dinner Later!

Baked Banana Chips - toddlers love these! Slice bananas very thin (1/8"), brush with lemon juice mixed with just a little water, sprinkle with cinnamon and kosher salt. Bake at 250F for about 2 hours, turning after 90 mins. Let cool (the longer they cool the crispier they become). Smear a little peanut butter between them if you like. Perfect sweet little treat!

A super quick, easy, and delicious Banana Cake Recipe

Apple Pecan Bread Pudding With Warm Caramel Sauce Recipe (once on the site, this recipe is on page 2)

Baked Pear Crisp - so delicious and prepared in about 5 minutes!

A Guide to ripening "green" produce.

Delicious Homemade Caramel Apple Dip { }

Dip apple rings in pancake batter for something kinda healthy. | 25 Easy Breakfast Hacks To Make Your Morning Brighter

There are so many ways that you can use those extra apples besides just apple pie! Who knew?!?

Good to know. "One of my most important food shopping tips ever--those annoying stickers on fruits and veggies tell you A LOT! 4 numbers mean they were conventionally grown, 5 numbers starting with number 8 means they are genetically modified (GMO), and 5 numbers starting with 9 means they were organically grown (no pesticides or nasty GMOs)"