When Dan Kurzrock and Jordan Schwartz first brewed their own beer back in college, the amount of spent grain “waste” astounded them. The industrious students
EOT founder for NatGeo: Why it’s tragically easy to be blind to food waste
When I'm not contemplating spots on apples or solving the mystery of unidentified floating objects in gin, I'm at my day job at National Geographic. Recently, I
Latkes, quick breakfasts and use-everything fried rice: EatOrToss’s Hungry Harvest adventure
If you live in Washington, D.C., and have looked into reducing food waste in your kitchen, you’ve probably heard of Hungry Harvest. The fresh grocery delivery
Take the virtual RescueDish Walking Tour of DC’s Dupont Circle!
I slowed down posting on EatOrToss in October, but promise it was for a good reason! I stepped out of my kitchen for a bit to help organize a walking tour of
Turning backyard crabapples & foraged fruit into cider: Q&A with ANXO Cidery
Making cider out of everything from backyard crab apples to foraged fruit, ANXO Cidery & Pintxos Bar crafts some truly local ciders in Washington, DC.
Is it OK to eat? Lessons from more than a year of EatOrToss.com
The kitchen can be filled with horrors. Separated yogurt. Brown guacamole. Carrots coated in…that white stuff. You don’t want to throw them out, you know,
DC Food Recovery Week & #RescueDishDC
DC Food Recovery Week is happening right now! We’re taking a break from our regular EatOrToss programming to urge our readers in Washington, DC to take