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Ugly produce: How to buy it, use it

We all grew up hearing that it's not what's on the outside but the inside that counts, that you can't judge a book by its cover.Ugly produce, misfit produce, whatever you want to call it: Those misshapen, bumpy, sometimes holey fruits and vegetables can taste just as good as their more pristine cousins. Seconds can be a great way to get a deal on a large amount of food, while helping farmers waste less food from the fields. Here's some advice.

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