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Foodnet Recipes

Spinach and Ricotta Pasta

This is a good way to use up perishable foods that would otherwise go to waste

Photo by Eaters Collective on Unsplash

On Saturday mornings I volunteer with Foodnet, an urban gleaning program in Lincoln, Nebraska. Several grocery stores and residential facilities donate perishable, short-dated, and cooked foods to our program. We collect the food, box it…

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Elizabeth Erlandson

Elizabeth Erlandson

Totally sold out to Jesus Christ, in Whom I find ever-increasing joy. Wife to Doug. Mother of two. Urban gleaner. Retired candy store owner. Devotional writer.

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