Waste it or take it home

@sallypup (29244)
Moses Lake, Washington
November 14, 2015 3:44pm CST
We just had a gathered together lunch. Good food. Some of it was remnants of last night's Chinese restaurant's dinner. Some folks think it odd to join leftovers into another meal. I don't. I find it a sin against nature to toss that good food into the dumpster. It fed us last night and today, lunch time upon us, I put it in with some other vegies and noodles that sat lonesome in the fridge and heated it. We are fed and able to continue on our plump ways.
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@marlina (79590)
• Canada
14 Nov 15
I hate to waste food, so combining some with leftovers is something that I do.
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@sallypup (29244)
• Moses Lake, Washington
14 Nov 15
@marlina Sometimes the leftovers combined make for a tasty brand new meal!
@amadeo (75607)
• United States
14 Nov 15
we do this all of the time.
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@sallypup (29244)
• Moses Lake, Washington
14 Nov 15
@amadeo New Hampshire: do you have tasty local cheeses in your stores?
• United States
14 Nov 15
I love leftovers and certainly hate the idea of wasting food. Sometimes leftover taste even better the next day
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@Hatley (164471)
• Garden Grove, California
14 Nov 15
when I cooked for myself as myson ate at work because of hius odd hours, I had leftovers and made chili mac once and several good com bos that tasted great. Nothing wrong with leftovers as long as they are not ancient.
@sallypup (29244)
• Moses Lake, Washington
14 Nov 15
Hi Ms. Patsie @hatley. Chili Mac sounds good.