When milk starts to smell off, it’s usually still perfectly fine to use in baking (for more, here's a deep dive into spoiled milk). As long as the milk doesn’t
Sourdough discard cakes
Any parent of a sourdough starter deals with the discomfort of occasionally having to "discard" some of their growing, microbial, floury mass so it doesn't take
Six ways to make fresh treats from melted ice cream
Back in college a friend of mine once found himself stuck in his apartment with his roommates. The remnants of a hurricane raged outside. The power was out.
Seven ways to turn leftover egg whites into dessert
Lots of recipes call for only egg yolks, which can leave you awkwardly contemplating what to do with the gloopy leftover egg white. Don't worry, we got more
How to make a meal or snack from sourdough discard
A sourdough starter is a wonderful, living, growing, breathing, bread-giving thing. But as every parent of a starter knows, sometimes you need to trim and
Don’t discard the “discard”! Extra sourdough starter shines in waffles, pizza and more
Today we’re excited to share this guest post from Boston couple Ben Jamieson and Sarah Glinski, whose pandemic accomplishments include baking sourdough bread
Pickle juice bread!
Eating the last pickle doesn’t mean your pickle jar is empty! Consider: pickle juice. The brine is salty, acidic, complex, and sometimes even comes with herbs
Too many cookies is a recipe for cookie truffles
Overwhelmed with holiday cookies? Did your latest baking experiment yield less than amazing results? Contemplating some store-bought cookies on the verge of
Spent grain should be eaten (not tossed!): Q&A with ReGrained
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
I have found the Platonic ideal of banana bread and this is it
Back before there were food scrap cookbooks, movements like SaveTheFood and, oh, I don't know, websites like EatOrToss, there was one food-waste avoiding recipe
Can you eat moldy bread?
What you see: Mold on bread. What it is: Mold. Eat or toss: Toss. Since bread is soft, the mold could have spread into other parts of it. Even if you can’t