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Step away from the trash can! You could be tossing out a whole lot of vitamins and nutrients.
How to Choose the Healthiest Noodle
Give wilted mint a second wind as a way to spice up your water. Combined with some fruit, the flavor is amazing.
Grab the recipe from Back to Her Roots.
The hard ends of asparagus can come in handy after all. When boiled and puréed into a soup, they add an amazing silky texture — aka the perfect bonus to getting some extra vitamin C and vitamin E.
Grab the recipe from Stylish Spoon.
8 Breakfast Cereals That Won't Warp Your Waistline
We love kebabs — they're such an easy way to get in nutrients from fruit, veggies, and protein all in one. Instead of a wood skewer, try using the leftover rosemary stems for added flavor.
Grab the recipe from Stagetecture.
The next time you're prepping an all-natural fruit juice, you might want to include the core — whether it's an apple or a pineapple — the result is delicious and chock-full of vitamins and minerals.
Grab the recipe from Kitchen Butterfly.
Watermelon is always tasty, but what about the crisp and crunchy rind? Turns out it's the perfect main ingredient in curry because the melon rind absorbs spices like a champ.
Grab the recipe from My Heart Beets.
Spiralizing zucchinis? Check. But how about broccoli stems? Instead of just eating the florets, turn the stem into a tasty slaw.
Grab the recipe at Boulder Locavore.
When you toss a banana peel, you're also throwing away a ton of nutritional benefits — they have high amounts of vitamin B6, B12, magnesium, and potassium. Reap all the benefits by using the peels in a spicy stir fry.
Grab the recipe from Nisha's Kitchen.
The next time you eat an orange, save the peel — you can turn it into a tasty snack and get an extra dose of vitamins A and C.
Grab the recipe from L. Michelle.
Have you ever tried a carrot top? Probably not. Next time save the greens to make a delicious pesto for your next grilled cheese.
Grab the recipe at Happyyolks.
The zest from lemons and limes are more than pretty decor. Besides adding great flavor to homemade pasta, peels often contain more vitamins than the fruit itself.
Grab the recipe from Local Kitchen Blog.
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