Ever buy certain foods you can never manage to finish before they go bad? Here are five of the most wasted foods likely in your fridge or cabinets right now - and what you can do about it.
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First, there's no need to stock up on sour cream. In most cases, recipes just call for a dollop or one to two tablespoons. And unlike other condiments, sour cream is dairy-based, so it won't last as long. Advice? Stick with smaller containers. "What's great about sour cream is that it comes in new smaller cups…also use light sour cream. You have half the fat and one-third fewer calories," says Lisa Gosselin, Editor In Chief at EatingWell.
Gosselin's tip: To use up sour cream fast make a quick dip using lemon, salt, and herbs. Or, substitute it for mayo in chicken or tuna salad.
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