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  • Kylie Duggan

    what to do with veggie scraps and stems

  • Beca Yarnell

    Tired of tossing those artichoke leaves to get to the heart? Save them and give them a quick blanch and shock. Toss with oil, salt and pepper and roast them up for a tasty artichoke “chip.”

  • Mizzuzy

    How to Use Kitchen Scraps in Healthy Recipes

  • Lindsey Maddox

    Tricks for using kitchen scraps: Carrot, onion ends, broccoli stalks, herb stems, kale and spinach stems, root veggie tops, artichoke leaves.

  • Eco

    8 tricks for using kitchen scraps (carrot tops, broccoli stalks, etc.)

  • Debi Broyles

    8 Tricks for Using Kitchen Scraps : Food Network -

  • Laura Albanese

    What do do with vegetable scraps (pesto, stock, slaw, meatloaf/meatball add-ins, chips)

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