Around 40 percent of the food we produce in the U.S. gets tossed; but that’s not to say a lot of it isn’t still edible. Here’s the story of a father who feeds his family with perfectly good finds from dumpsters behind Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods (and admits that most of his newborn baby’s molecules probably originate from dumpster food). Join us as we dumpster dive with him and make breakfast from the treasures we find:
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