Food Sharing: No Longer Just for Instagram: Food sharing isn’t limited to just taking pictures of your food any more, as a crop of new sites have grown up to deal with the massive amount of food we waste in developed countries. Fast Company has the full scoop, but our favorite is Ampleharvest.org, which connects home gardeners with food pantries and so far has given away more than 20 million pounds of produce. And while sharing your leftovers seems a bit strange, it could be the new eco-friendly, kind thing to do: Casserole is a small site operating in only two towns in England that lets home cooks give away extra portions. It’s kind of a grass-roots Meals on Wheels, and is serving many of the towns’ elderly. After all, sharing is caring.

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