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The Fastest Disappearing Side Dish You’ll Ever See!
Don’t you just hate throwing food to waste? I really do. I grew up watching my grandmother make use of every ingredient she had on hand, whether it was leftovers or something from her backyard garden. She never threw anything away, unless for some strange reason she had missed something and it had gone bad already. Even then, she always shook her head, as if she thought she should have been more careful.
I understand why she did this; she lived through some hard times when she was young, when money was tight and they didn’t always know if they’d have anything to eat the next day. Even when she got older and could have bought all the food she could eat, she never changed her ways.
Which was also a great thing for the environment, you know! There’s all this talk about food going to waste and how we should pay attention to what and how we are consuming. That’s why I love recipes like this vegetable fried rice from The Woks Of Life! That leftover rice in your fridge? It’s perfect for this, and you don’t have to throw anything away!
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Quick Tip: This dish is perfect for those days when you have plenty of leftover rice from last night’s dinner!