Réduire le gaspillage alimentaire une recette à la fois

Reduce food waste one recipe at a time

This week we open the discussion on a hot topic; food waste.

Do you sometimes find yourself faced with finding forgotten items in the fridge and not knowing what to do with them? Like most people, we face the difficulty of storing food in our refrigerator. It is certain that good organization when doing your grocery shopping and using products according to their shelf life throughout the week helps enormously with their conservation. However, despite all these techniques to optimize the conservation of fruits and vegetables, they cannot remain beautiful and fresh indefinitely. Fortunately, there is always a way to give them a second life with touski recipes to reduce food waste.

The expression “toutki” refers to everything left in the refrigerator. So these recipes allow you to use leftover food and meals and thus empty the fridge.


In our case, the wilted vegetables made it possible to prepare a delicious ratatouille and an eggplant crumble in a culinary workshop with the Rêve à Nous organization.

The ratatouille recipe introduced different lesser-known varieties of more traditional vegetables. For example, Valencia eggplant, yellow zucchini, purple Cherokee tomatoes and green zebra tomatoes. Once the vegetable mixture was cooked, we poured it onto pita breads to make ratatouille pizzas. We then added the classic cheddar cheese from the Vallée Verte farm with Italian sausages from the Clément le gourmand butcher shop. Finally, we put it in the oven for around ten minutes before enjoying it!

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