Fight food waste, one recipe at a time

Fight food waste, one recipe at a time

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Banana soup and spring rolls add value to the bottom of the fridge. © Too good to go

Banana soup and spring rolls add value to the bottom of the fridge. © Too good to go

Banana soup and spring rolls add value to the bottom of the fridge. © Too good to go

Banana soup and spring rolls add value to the bottom of the fridge. © Too good to go

Published on 03/11/2022

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Recipes » Platform Too Good To Go publishes Remix, a cookbook that collects recipes made from leftover food.

“The only rule: there are no rules.” We have been warned. This cookbook is a bit special. To prepare your recipes, you don’t have to follow the list of ingredients to the letter, but rather make do with the leftovers you already have in the fridge. Remix, the first book of the Too Good To Go app, is part of the company’s approach to food waste. His goal: to create “delicious dishes” from products that are often thrown away. Thus, we will use stale bread to make veggie dumplings, already cooked potatoes to make lango, fried buns, and asparagus tails will be lacto-fermented.

About fifty recipes are divided into four chapters – one for the season. Two Swiss proposals have been added to the preamble: failures

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