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Food Wasting Quotes By Mark Lynas

An outdated view still prevails that a low-carbon lifestyle requires immense personal suffering and sacrifice. In my view, nothing could be further from the truth. All the evidence shows that people who do not drive, do not fly on planes, do shop locally, do grow their own food, and do get to know other members of their community have a much higher quality of life than their compatriots who still persist in making the ultimate sacrifice of wasting their lives commuting to work in cars. — Mark Lynas

Food Wasting Quotes By Dana Cowin

If we could stop wasting food, imagine how many more people we could feed! — Dana Cowin

Food Wasting Quotes By Tristram Stuart

Supermarkets didn't even want to talk to me about how much food they were wasting. I'd been round the back. I'd seen bins full of food being locked and then trucked off to landfill sites, and I thought, surely there is something more sensible to do with food than waste it. — Tristram Stuart

Food Wasting Quotes By Pope Francis

Wasting food is like stealing from the poor. — Pope Francis

Food Wasting Quotes By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

We all do have a vision in life and we all wish to achieve something in life. We all ought to note that vision is there for everyone but, achievement is there for someone! — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

Food Wasting Quotes By Criss Jami

Feel what it's like to truly starve, and I guarantee that you'll forever think twice before wasting food. — Criss Jami

Food Wasting Quotes By Eusebius

Of all evils, indeed, famine is the worst, and it destroys nothing so effectively as shame. For that which under other circumstances is worthy of respect, in the midst of famine is despised. Thus women snatched the food from the very mouths of their husbands and children, from their fathers, and what was most pitiable of all, mothers from their babes. And while their dearest ones were wasting away in their arms, they were not ashamed to take away from them the last drops that supported life. — Eusebius

Food Wasting Quotes By Israelmore Ayivor

Don't waste time waiting for opportunity to surface; it may never happen that way. Spend time to create one and many more will unfold in series! — Israelmore Ayivor

Food Wasting Quotes By Natalie Baszile

Once you understand how the ingredients work together, then you can go off on your own. Till then, you're just wasting good food and everybody's time. — Natalie Baszile

Food Wasting Quotes By Holly Goldberg Sloan

I don't eat the sandwich that Mom made for me, but luckily Randy finishes his and is happy to take mine, too, so I won't get yelled at for wasting food. There is nothing worse in my mom's eyes.

I guess murder would be worse, but I think she believes the first step toward a violent life is being a food-waster. — Holly Goldberg Sloan

Food Wasting Quotes By Lucy Knisley

I love the treat and pleasure of eating when it becomes an act of focused giving and sharing...Wasting money and appetite on bad food is disappointing, but it doesn't matter when the company is good...[T]here's a lot to be said for eating as a social act. It's a treat, even when the food is bad. — Lucy Knisley

Food Wasting Quotes By Mary Jo Putney

Something must be done about the food."
Seeing his speculative glance Clare laid down her fork and gave him a warning scowl. "Yes, I'm a good cook, but I will not have time to work in the kitchen. And don't try to convince me that a mistress also has to cook for her lover."
"I wasn't thinking of wasting your valuable time in the kitchen." He smiled mischievously. "But a mistress can do interesting thing with food. Shall I describe them?"
"Another time, perhaps. — Mary Jo Putney

Food Wasting Quotes By Mohith Agadi

While farmers contribute to our survival, let us also do our part by showing them respect in form of not wasting food. — Mohith Agadi