For a newspaper article, I just interviewed a woman at our local Farmers Market who makes homemade jellies and breads. She lives on a nearby farm and said she abhors letting anything go to waste. So much so, she utilizes practically everything on the farm for her products . For instance, she makes “red onion jelly,” which she said goes good on sandwiches. She makes “corn cob jelly,” which she said evolved during the Depression era. She even makes “Queen Anne Lace Flowering Weed Jelly.” If Americans, as a whole, had this kind of thrift mentality with practically everything, just think how much more savings this would generate for our brothers and sisters in the Third World who are food insecure, clean drinking water insecure, habitat insecure… There is so much potential relievable suffering in this world, if only us in the First World would shift our paradigm and sacrifice more. Our foreign relations policy spins around this.