Why I Make Zero-Waste Tasty Videos

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  • Naziya Kuwawala
    Naziya Kuwawala Day ago

    I love Rie😊

  • Gianna DiGiacomo

    Mmmm I love trash soup

  • Kaho Fotyfar
    Kaho Fotyfar 2 days ago

    I am almost trying to do my best like u , I feel better That i am not a waster ,knowing a lot of families in many countries can’t afford the necessary food that they need, sleeping hungry to overcome their hunger!

  • kat pro
    kat pro 6 days ago

    A good rule of thumb is you should store things at home how you got them in the store if it was in the fridge it should be stored in the fridge and if it's not then you don't nee to

  • Tong X
    Tong X 9 days ago

    I actually wish i can go zero waste here but everything in the supermarket is like filled with plastic packaging because most of the foods we have here are processed soo

  • Jason Cheers
    Jason Cheers 9 days ago +1

    Plot twist: All those vegetables came in plastic packages

  • Night Owl
    Night Owl 10 days ago +1

    I read it as hate not make

  • niconico nona
    niconico nona 11 days ago

    I'm looking forward to watch your videos

  • Gates Family
    Gates Family 11 days ago

    My school has a compost bin outside for the old school lunches and stuff :)

  • SaMa TaN
    SaMa TaN 13 days ago

    why are all zero waste people always so *beautiful*

  • Logic Firefly
    Logic Firefly 13 days ago

    What's your IG?

  • Nudedragon
    Nudedragon 13 days ago

    I appreciate this as a way to save money and survive, but it's environmental impact is literally zero. The USA wastes half of its food... but not on the consumer end. It's restaurants throwing out what doesn't sell within the day, because it's worth less a day old. It's also throwing out produce that doesn't look pretty enough for a grocery store, even though it's perfectly good tasting, and then worst of all, poisoning thrown out food so homeless people don't eat it.
    Consumers impact is very low. Our real difference making power is in protest, and voting.

  • Ayesha Saddiqua
    Ayesha Saddiqua 14 days ago

    I want more details man, I didn’t get how to do this stuff

  • Ayesha Saddiqua
    Ayesha Saddiqua 14 days ago

    Girl! You’re awesome on your own! The video was slightly hard to follow tho, cause I couldn’t concentrate on her talking and the how to grow my own vegetables...

  • Animesh Kumar
    Animesh Kumar 14 days ago

    I am now homeless because i tried to grow scallions.. ..

  • Alba Poulsen
    Alba Poulsen 14 days ago

    So why does Tasty still use nutella and Oreos?

  • K1wi_Nz
    K1wi_Nz 14 days ago

    Okay for some reason I thought it said "Why I hate zero waste tasty videos"

  • Sierra Slytherin
    Sierra Slytherin 14 days ago

    I already do that whole thing with the broth

  • Rebecca B
    Rebecca B 16 days ago +1

    Get a pet chicken. They eat the scraps, you get eggs back.

  • h8su1
    h8su1 16 days ago

    shes got this hottness about her that i cant shake

  • Jo Gill
    Jo Gill 16 days ago +1

    I personally like plastic because its much cheaper and it takes more energy to recycle.

  • only destiel
    only destiel 16 days ago +2

    I don't think that food waste is the actual mater since you can use it as compost or just trow it and it will not cause that much damage but the problem is plastic that's the real enemy

  • Joana C
    Joana C 16 days ago

    Please can you share which composter you have on your counter? I am very interested in doing composting and I live in an apartment.

  • Merle Life
    Merle Life 16 days ago

    first non german person i meet with the same nameee, were buddy’s

  • mlem uwu
    mlem uwu 17 days ago

    who doesnt love rie

  • David Miscaviage
    David Miscaviage 17 days ago

    Because you're retarded?

  • heilish
    heilish 17 days ago

    *ShE'S sO gOrGeOuS!!*

  • Thicc MeowMeow
    Thicc MeowMeow 17 days ago

    I loved this video until the Rie part. So many people love her from Tasty! She’s an amazing chef. I thought it was kinda rude when you said that.

  • kaylene
    kaylene 18 days ago

    pls show how to make a compost bin on your counter

  • Cloudy_ Sky’s
    Cloudy_ Sky’s 18 days ago

    Me looking at this video while looking at my room full with plastic 😂🤦‍♀️

  • Jojoee101 C
    Jojoee101 C 18 days ago

    ugh i love rye

  • BLANCO
    BLANCO 19 days ago

    Shes hot

  • Kidedaion Symoti
    Kidedaion Symoti 19 days ago +1

    "All you can do is the best you can do" wow, why am I hearing this just now?

  • Ian Rosing
    Ian Rosing 19 days ago

    Why the fuck is the audio so low?

  • Breanne Tetzlaff
    Breanne Tetzlaff 19 days ago

    The best idea I ever had was to store your produce the same way the grocery store has their produce! Onions and peppers and potatoes and such are always stored on the sales floor and things like carrots and greens are in the refrigerated areas! Do the same!!!

  • creations landscape designs

    Going zero waste is easy.

  • pafnucek
    pafnucek 20 days ago +1

    Positivity bias. In the meantime all the products has been farmed and sold with magnitudes more waste than you do at home. The "sustainable" growth is an oxymoron. Growth is what makes your modern life possible. The only sustainable way of living is to stop producing more human life, devolve economy and just give the planet back to non-cancerous species with no over-evolved sentience.

  • TheMrCrez
    TheMrCrez 20 days ago

    Why ? MONEY

  • Seymour
    Seymour 20 days ago +4

    1:21 That's okay love , we can't all be Ries , we need some non-Ries to appreciate the Ries of the world .
    You remind me of Theresa Farrell

  • Kat Burns
    Kat Burns 21 day ago +1

    I make stock once a week in my instant pot. It's the best and so easy!! Also - I got a book for xmas called "cooking with scraps" and it has a ton of great ideas for less waste.

  • Julia Bosje
    Julia Bosje 21 day ago

    I really like that you acknowledge that not everyone can go zero waste, not only is it more expensive but it's also a lot of work and not everyone can do that, either because they don't have the time or bc they're disabled. I love zero waste videos and environmentalism but there is a big tendency to leave disabled people out of this conversation. A lot of us need plastic straws or utensils. Maybe we can't lift drinks without spilling them, maybe we can't wash the dishes because the sound and feel makes us throw up. And zero waste is a lot of work and effort and energy that some ppl don't have. So yeah, I'm glad it was acknowledged tho :D

  • UHA fine art
    UHA fine art 21 day ago

    great video

  • poobookachoo
    poobookachoo 22 days ago +1

    Tasty is just trash. Firstly, you should super throughly clean the leek by dicing and letting sit in a bowl of water. Leeks are filled with silt. Secondly, cruciferous vegetables such as the Brussels sprouts the video showed should go nowhere near stock, unless you want bitter stock. Their recipes are also just... bad.

  • animefreak5219
    animefreak5219 22 days ago +1

    Or like... Why not start a mealworm farm and incorporate extra protein in your diet?

  • liv ics
    liv ics 22 days ago

    People do this in the countryside from time immemorial

  • sarah chickie
    sarah chickie 22 days ago

    i've started keeping track of my waste but i think i'll only be able to go zero-waste once i live on my own

  • Szpery do Kamery
    Szpery do Kamery 23 days ago

    Great Video !!!

  • The trash man
    The trash man 23 days ago

    This is all good but we need to acknowledge that the people at fault for a majority of all food waste are big companies, like grocery stores that throw out TONS of food daily. So you shouldn’t feel guilty if you throw out some stale bread every once in a while. Otherwise this is a good video for those who feel like making the most out of their groceries so kudos to you 👍

  • Sabina
    Sabina 23 days ago

    I am always picking ugly fruit and vegetables and when on the till someone suggests me to REPLACE it, I say, this is the reason i buy it, because NO ONE ELSE WILL and you will JUST PUT IT TO THE BIN AT THE END OF THE DAY...

  • benjamin a
    benjamin a 23 days ago +1

    Why i make zero wast videos? Because you're a woke millennial who needed to be even more picky and entailed than a vegan.

  • TheLautik
    TheLautik 23 days ago

    I hope this comment does not get burried but hear me out please !!!!

    Think twice before using your compost in your house plants and flowers, you can introduce a nasty parasyte or a bug to your house.

  • George Yang
    George Yang 25 days ago

    not only is she cute and gorgeous, her recipes are pretty creative too!

  • BFFBlog101
    BFFBlog101 26 days ago +1

    My family is big on not wasting food but if it's stale or rotten we will. I grow up not being picky that way because we had to finish are meals and eat everything.

  • Le Guimarães
    Le Guimarães 26 days ago

    Ater that, I put the veg stock aside, blend the scraps and reduce them on the stove with some miso. put it in a container in the fridge and voilá! veggie patê for the week! an awesome spread for toast! :)

  • Becca L
    Becca L 26 days ago

    I think most time people just don’t know better... once I know I can make my own composting by using “trash” stuff that we usually threw away I would just make it

  • devontodetroit
    devontodetroit 27 days ago +19

    For a zero waste channel, Perhaps learn how to cut a pepper.. Never seen so much waste in my life, and why top and tail a potato? lol

    • please
      please 6 days ago +1

      she was demonstrating what to do with the scraps, so she was cutting off the parts most people usually scrap. were you not following along? that seemed fairly obvious

  • nixrosalilapink
    nixrosalilapink 27 days ago

    washing an onion before using does sound crazy though.

  • Amanda Teoh
    Amanda Teoh 29 days ago

    1:22 *me introducing myself to new people everytime*

  • HN
    HN 29 days ago

    Or just adopt a rabbit and feed him the unused parts of veggies

  • Millie
    Millie Month ago

    also on the note of "trash soup" lol isn't it fine to not wash the veggies since they will get boiled. like not washing an onion or something with a bit of dirt would be fine right, or not?

  • Millie
    Millie Month ago

    yay love this!

  • znix
    znix Month ago

    Respect

  • Amalie
    Amalie Month ago

    What's vegtable stock? is it like broth? Sorry my english isn't very good

  • fatguylungs
    fatguylungs Month ago

    Im in love w her nose

  • Alisia Lopez
    Alisia Lopez Month ago

    Buzzfeed making a video that’s actually important 🙏🏼

  • soilgrasswaterair
    soilgrasswaterair Month ago

    1:15 *Lol if you do that where I live they call the 🚓🚔 on you. They even have signs up that tell you to show your bag if you carry one!*

  • soilgrasswaterair
    soilgrasswaterair Month ago

    1:16 *Lol if you do that where I live they call the 🚓🚔 on you. They even have signs up that tell you to show your bag if you carry one!*

  • Kissi4U
    Kissi4U Month ago

    I thought we all did

  • Chelsy Lynn lifestyle

    I compost.....that's all. I use as much as I can then I compost it but you cannot compost onions or broccoli or potatoes....or pasta or rice. To have change happen just lead by example and talk about what you do. I offer options to my parents alot or when I come across a new way to get rid of plastic. Like a burkey.....its a water container with carbon filters that last 15 years.....15 YEARS its 360$ that is alot but if your buying filters ever 2 months....this is saving you money. We will be buying one at the end of the year hopefully after we use all of our filters so we dont just toss those out for no reason.

  • Úna
    Úna Month ago

    This is the kinda content the internet needs

  • Daniel Tang
    Daniel Tang Month ago

    1:21 You kidding me??? Rie doesn't make me beat my meat like Merle does

  • GT1Reach
    GT1Reach Month ago

    Merle is a fine woman.

    • Daniel Tang
      Daniel Tang Month ago

      Do you wanna stick your penis inside Merle as badly as I do?

    • GT1Reach
      GT1Reach Month ago

      +Daniel TangAmen.

    • Daniel Tang
      Daniel Tang Month ago +1

      I'd bone her sooo hard

  • Aj Walker
    Aj Walker Month ago

    I FCKING LOVE THIS VIDEO AND HEE

  • Arya P. Dipa
    Arya P. Dipa Month ago

    Also the habit of "Eat in small portion and take extra portion if you are still hungry later" needs to be Implemented
    I saw many people often make/put food and their plate more than they want to eat, resulting not only waste, but also overeating. It's like cutting hair, if you do too little, you can just cut it again

  • hoopla Hoopla
    hoopla Hoopla Month ago +1

    She’s beautiful *AS FUCK*

  • Twisted86
    Twisted86 Month ago

    1:21 it's ok.....we forgive you.

  • Terry Tukula
    Terry Tukula 2 months ago

    We all love Rie😊😊
    jealousy much 😅😅

  • Out of The Hat
    Out of The Hat 2 months ago

    All of these pieces she's talking about people not cooking with my mom has always cooked with and I've always cooked with. Cooking videos drive me nuts because they always throw out like half the ingredients. Who doesn't eat broccoli stalks? Who throws out the entire bottom of an onion? Who dumps leek tops? Well I guess I'm glad those people are getting some videos to show them potential alternatives.

  • Landen Ramirez
    Landen Ramirez 2 months ago

    LOVE THESE ECO FRIENDLY VIDEOS SM

  • Myla Torre
    Myla Torre 2 months ago

    Spread this in your office. The others can learn a thing or two from this video.

  • Cecília Carvalho
    Cecília Carvalho 2 months ago

    You may not be Rie but I love you both 💕

  • Karin Berliana
    Karin Berliana 2 months ago

    👏👏👏

  • Vivi Nguyen
    Vivi Nguyen 2 months ago

    I noticed the plastic highlighter pens she used in the video. Quick tip, use colored pencils to highlight instead. They never dry out and the only waste is the shavings.

  • Charlotte Wright
    Charlotte Wright 2 months ago

    It’s Merle from one of the original space lift videos!

  • P B
    P B 2 months ago

    great video!! i feel like making the most out of your produce is especially important if you eat meat, one of the things i hate most is when people will grow an entire animal just for consumption and then throw a third of it away. try to eat offal like livers, kidneys, intestines or giblets! use the bones so make stocks! eat the marrow! heck, eat the bones if they're soft enough, they're full of iron and calcium! don't let any of the energy that went into producing your meat go to waste! and if you can, reduce your overall meat consumption!

  • Ericka Scarbro
    Ericka Scarbro 2 months ago

    She needs to have her own TheXvid channel!!!

  • Karyn Andreozzi
    Karyn Andreozzi 2 months ago

    She’s so pretty and so smart wow

  • Necchi The Kitty
    Necchi The Kitty 2 months ago

    This is a great video, and I’m not hating at all, but she looks like my mom when I’ve done something wrong in the thumbnail

  • Zeeshan Gul
    Zeeshan Gul 2 months ago

    I like how she approached the subject without being in your face about it. She has a lot of valid points and most of the suggestions she gave are doable

  • jessiekay86
    jessiekay86 2 months ago

    I always buy the single bananas that are lonely at the top of the pile because those are normally the ones that no one else will buy 💛

  • Jennifer Medvetz
    Jennifer Medvetz 2 months ago

    I loved this video, please keep making more zero waste content.
    NOTE TO EVERYONE INTERESTED IN SAVING FOOD WASTE: look into “Imperfect Produce”
    It is a subscription service that brings you organic produce to your door that would be wasted otherwise. They are the “reject” fruits and vegetables that stores won’t buy due to cosmetic blemishes. I’ve been using this service for a few weeks, and honestly the majority looks like produce you could get in the store. It’s very affordable, you prevent food waste and it’s convenient. They also accept snap benefits to make it more accessible to everyone. BONUS: you choose the veggies and fruit you want each week, it’s not random

  • Michayla Gabay
    Michayla Gabay 2 months ago

    She low key looks like Emma watson

  • How To Vegan
    How To Vegan 2 months ago

    Reduse
    Reuse
    Recycle
    Rot
    Recover
    Reform
    Repare

  • Prime No. 6
    Prime No. 6 2 months ago

    Wheres Rie tho

  • ivan flores- Ramirez
    ivan flores- Ramirez 2 months ago +1

    Look this tree-hugging shitt thing is annoying save the world is it good concept executing it it's hard so this channel should do what it does best show cooking videos only the average person cannot execute is concept because they're busy trying to stay alive

  • Sera Sabran
    Sera Sabran 2 months ago

    she looks like jazmyn bieber

  • Charis Roberts
    Charis Roberts 2 months ago

    Put the bulbs of my green onions in water and they’re now planted! This video inspired me

  • Louisa Hilger
    Louisa Hilger 2 months ago +2

    6:27 but why? The bananas are totally fine 🤔😉

  • Theng Madriaga
    Theng Madriaga 2 months ago

    "Who doesn't love Rie?" YAZ WE LOVE RIE

  • Zerowaste-Africachild
    Zerowaste-Africachild 2 months ago

    Delicious so yummy, watch my video from Africa