Want to curb food waste? It's time to change our standards of food beauty. 

F&W Editors
March 24, 2015

Want to curb food waste? It's time to change our standards of food beauty. At this year’s TEDxManhattan, F&W editor-in-chief Dana Cowin spoke about how we can feed more people worldwide by embracing ugly, gnarled fruits and vegetables as well as other unusual-looking foods like monkfish and geoduck. Watch the full video of her inspiring talk above.

All spring, we'll be showing how to #loveuglyfood. Follow the tag on Twitter and post your best photos of twisted carrots and other ugly-but-delicious foods to Instagram.

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