What is the Zero-Waste Kitchen?
The Zero-Waste Kitchen is a food-focused platform packed with everyday solutions to help you use up the food we would typically toss aside. It's full of delicious recipes that use up groceries, tackle food scraps and transform your leftovers. After developing zero-waste solutions in my own kitchen, I share with you small changes that can make a big difference starting with how we buy, cook and eat food.
Catch Christine on the 5à7 podcast
Can you re-grow green onions from the stems? Can you eat that sprouting potato? And what do you to say to friends who waste $20 of organic veal (or, heaven forbid, homemade lemon meringue pie)? Cookbook author and television personality Christine Tizzard of thezerowastekitchen.ca has the answers, along with the actual best recipe ever on the CBC's "Best Recipes Ever" from back when she was hosting and what happens to the leftover food on culinary competition shows. And her latest partnership with non-profit organization Love Food Hate Waste.