Dumpster dining?

Dumpster dining?

An estimated 40 percent of the food American farmers produce gets thrown away, but Brooklyn's Salvage Supper Club just might make rescued food cool.

In many parts of the world, they would call this “eating.” Skeptics might call it “Dumpster Dining.” The Brooklyn crew seating a dozen-plus diners in a converted Dumpster to eat food rescued from the compost bin call it the Salvage Supper Club.

Held monthly, the Supper Club stocks its larder with produce Treehugger lovingly describes as “ugly and e

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