HomeArticlesHow to Turn Ugly Fruits & Veggies Into Amazing Meals! | Earth Your While w/ Zach Anner How to Turn Ugly Fruits & Veggies Into Amazing Meals! | Earth Your While w/ Zach Anner By Juan Cameron November 28, 2019 Articles, Blog 36 Comments Tags:climate change, clouds by zach sobiech, deformed veggies, dehydrated food, earth your while, Environment, feed the homeless, food waste, global warming, greenhouse gasses, have a little faith, homeless, how to, inspirational, kid president, kid president pep talk, l.a. kitchen, la kitchen, Los Angeles, pickling, rainn wilson, review, soul pancake, soulpancake, soulpancake channel, tutorial, ugly fruit, ugly vegetables, workout, workout wednesdays, zach anner Related Posts Outsourcing Software Development to Ukraine Coding Challenge #115: Snake Game Redux Elementor WordPress Builder How To Build A Services Section About Author admin 36 Comments Adja Fall September 7, 2017 First Reply Love September 7, 2017 First comment full of love to all here in the comments. Reply JohnMyth September 7, 2017 I was watching tell my story lol Reply Muzzy September 7, 2017 Lol Zach is such a good host ! Reply Judith Sarra September 7, 2017 The founder seems like such a stand up guy. We really need more people like him in the world (-: Reply Elvira Laub September 7, 2017 so inspiring <3 Reply pikapiku September 7, 2017 this is very inspiringthanks god for people like this man Reply Chef September 7, 2017 I don't know if this is fucked but the host always reminds me of Daniel Radcliffe from Swiss Army Man Reply wisdomseeker September 7, 2017 I loooove hearing about these types of projects! Reply Dushyanth S Gowda September 7, 2017 Good food shouldn't be wasted rite ?! Reply Abdulkarim Azimov September 7, 2017 WHAT kind of disease does he have? Reply Jack Landstreet September 7, 2017 Another winner! I used to go around at school lunches and collect all of the extras left at tables to save for class snacks later!!!!!!!! Reply michael espinoza September 7, 2017 I see New Zach video I watch Reply Andrea Martins September 7, 2017 "Ugly" fruits Reply nicolenzo September 7, 2017 I love this :,) Reply Iván Estrada September 7, 2017 He is really handsome Reply Samantha Dooley September 7, 2017 I keep all my vegetable scraps from food prep and collect in a freezer bag to make vegetable stock. Reply Kaitlin Benz September 7, 2017 Zach is a phenomenal host and interviewer. Reply hellotinashe September 7, 2017 I'm working on a similar project in my city!! I love zero waste!! Reply Laura Knaus September 7, 2017 I recently bought over-ripe bananas and made banana bread. They're easier to mash when they're over-ripe. Using produce that is getting old in smoothies is also a good way to use them, or freeze stuff. Reply Vasarcdus September 7, 2017 I would eat more vegetables, but they kinda taste like they came outta the ground… Reply dmgdms September 7, 2017 That is actually one of the best videos soulpancake has ever done since it started! I try to never throw away food, I box it and give it to someone who's needy, as much as I can. I love this video! Thank you Zach and everyone!! 😉 Reply Blue 1967 September 7, 2017 Hes so full of life Reply Rainy Day Wolf September 8, 2017 I love Earth Your While, makes me happy Reply PX Xaver September 8, 2017 That host has such a great energy! Reply sandy_ 847 September 8, 2017 Why would anyone eve dis like this vid?? Reply Rick C-137 September 8, 2017 I'm such a stickler about wasting food. i just can't do it. It actually makes me upset when I see other people waste food. When I see it about to happen, I swoop in and save the food to be used for later. Yup, other people call me a weirdo, but they dont realize how much good food is being wasted for seemingly no reason at all. Reply TastyCupcakeProductions TM September 8, 2017 What happened to kid pres Reply SaucerJess September 8, 2017 💚💚💚 Reply ortem000 September 9, 2017 This sounds like a great program. They should have their own YT channel. (hint, hint) Reply Darrell Elmer Rodgers September 10, 2017 Wow! Home run! What a great endeavor! Reply Ioanna Papatzanaki September 11, 2017 It would be good to acknowledge that animal agriculture creates much more green house gas emissions than thrown away produce Reply Natalia Lopez September 11, 2017 this guy is so cute <3 Reply austinrees September 13, 2017 "Charity is about the redemption of the giver, not the libration of the receiver." 😒😒😒 Reply Elena Tan September 28, 2017 #Earthit I went around a career exhibition event that was hosted inside a prestigious casino/hotel, collecting food that people had tossed away uneaten and in its original food packaging (apples, sandwiches, cakes). Didn't give a damn about people/security guards who were looking at me. Then spent the day going around town handing it out to the homeless. It's such a shame that we live in a society that has everything, that we take for food for granted. That chicken died for you just so you could have a wing or a drumstick. That fruit or grain of rice survived the trip all the way from the farm to the kitchen, to your plate…and if you wasted it you really won't be respecting it. Respect, love and not having a fear of judgement I find are key qualities to being a great environmental-champion beginner. Reply Chloe May December 22, 2017 I hate knowing how much food gets wasted. When I got my first job in the food industry that's when I found out how much food gets throws away. Still good and semi old food. It truly hurt my soul to throw away so much food. It really had me contemplating everything about this world hahaha This is super super great that they're doing with this food. 👍👏💙 I don't understand why this is allowed to happen. Food is food, especially veggies and fruit. Try to sell it, make it cheaper if you have to. Everyone in this world needs food. Give it to people who need it if people who can afford so much don't want it. 🙂 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.