In the 608: How to put more ‘Madison’ into your meals and reduce food waste at home

MADISON, Wis. – Good food isn’t cheap. When we let food spoil or don’t use every part that’s edible, we’re throwing money away.

There are some ways that you can avoid those pitfalls and not waste food when cooking at home.

Chef Paul Tseng of The Willy Street Co-op sat down with News 3 Now This Morning with some simple, tasty tips to make the best use of all the food we buy.

Chef Paul says it’s also very easy to put more “Madison” into the food you consume.