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New Life for Old Produce BY SHELBY EGGERS

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owadays, one can recycle almost anything, but what about food? What happens when your eyes are too big for your stomach and those bananas turn brown before you can eat them? Do you just throw them away? No, please for the love of bananas don’t. Make something delicious out of them. There are only a few foods that can still be eaten after they go bad. Most of these foods are fruits — never meat — but here are a few recipes to make the most of your groceries. Note: All recipes only last two weeks at the most

P H O T O B Y H E N R Y TAY L O R

Applesauce Makes one cup of applesauce

Ingredients:

5 ripe apples Cinnamon Fruit/vegetable peeler Pan or pot

Directions:

• Peel apples • Chop apples into small pieces • Put apples pieces into ungreased pan or pot • Add desired amount of cinnamon • Stir apples continually as it liquifies; stop when it is the desired amount of thickness

*Simply chop more apples to create more apple sauce *Must be stirred continually or apple pieces will burn

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