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10 Vegetarian Recipes With Ingredients That Are Not So Fresh Anymore

Bananas getting spots? Chips gone stale? We got you.

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Stale Tortilla Chips? Try Chilaquiles!

If you have some chips that have maybe been sitting out opened for a few days try this Mexican Recipe. It's Chips soaked in a chili sauce topped with onions and cilantro. Mmm! Recipe Here
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If you have some chips that have maybe been sitting out opened for a few days try this Mexican Recipe. It's Chips soaked in a chili sauce topped with onions and cilantro. Mmm!

Recipe Here

Stale Bread? Italian Vegetable Stew for you!

This recipe uses stale sourdough bread but you could try a french loaf or any other hardy breads you have laying around. It's packed with vegetables and broth so it's great for the fall and winter months.Recipe Here
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This recipe uses stale sourdough bread but you could try a french loaf or any other hardy breads you have laying around. It's packed with vegetables and broth so it's great for the fall and winter months.

Recipe Here

Old Mushy Apples? Bake some apple rings!

They're soft and chewy and full of apple goodness. Plus it's an easy way to use all those leftover apples from the five bags you decided to buy. Recipe Here
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They're soft and chewy and full of apple goodness. Plus it's an easy way to use all those leftover apples from the five bags you decided to buy.

Recipe Here

Old Broccoli? Broccoli and Garlic Sauce!

Broccoli starting to turn yellow? You can still use it! It works perfectly in Asian dishes like this Broccoli and Garlic Sauce. Recipe Here
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Broccoli starting to turn yellow? You can still use it! It works perfectly in Asian dishes like this Broccoli and Garlic Sauce.

Recipe Here

Stale Granola? Try some Granola-Crusted Nuts!

If you have some slightly stale granola, the kind you aren't up for eating with some yogurt or milk then try this recipe. You can use pecans, walnuts, or whatever other nut you think would work best for you. Recipe Here
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If you have some slightly stale granola, the kind you aren't up for eating with some yogurt or milk then try this recipe. You can use pecans, walnuts, or whatever other nut you think would work best for you.

Recipe Here

Overripe Tomatoes? Boil up some Tomato Water!

I know it sounds a little weird but tomato water is used a lot at 5 star restaurants over dishes. It's a nice touch at home when you want to pretend you live on the upper east side. Plus it's so easy to make. Recipe Here
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I know it sounds a little weird but tomato water is used a lot at 5 star restaurants over dishes. It's a nice touch at home when you want to pretend you live on the upper east side. Plus it's so easy to make.

Recipe Here

Overripe Bananas? One Ingredient Ice-cream!

This is such an easy recipe and it's so delicious! Try it with chocolate sauce or some strawberries on top. Recipe Here
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This is such an easy recipe and it's so delicious! Try it with chocolate sauce or some strawberries on top.

Recipe Here

Stale Cereal? Try some Apple Crisp!

This recipe uses shredded wheat but feel free to use cornflakes or other cereals you have on hand. Recipe Here
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This recipe uses shredded wheat but feel free to use cornflakes or other cereals you have on hand.

Recipe Here

Overripe Peaches? Make a batch of Spiced Peach Chutney!

So good with gruyere cheese. It's a little different but you'll find a taste for it fairly fast. Recipe Here
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So good with gruyere cheese. It's a little different but you'll find a taste for it fairly fast.

Recipe Here

Old Spinach? Try it in a Quiche!

Make sure to pick out any brown or slimy leaves. The rest can be used in a wonderful Spinach Gruyere Quiche! Recipe Here
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Make sure to pick out any brown or slimy leaves. The rest can be used in a wonderful Spinach Gruyere Quiche!

Recipe Here

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