Peru chefs turning scraps into meals

Palmiro Ocampo has cooked for some of the top restaurants in the world, but now, he is teaching cooks in Peru to make cheaper and healthier meals by wasting less food.

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    Vegetable skins are often thrown away.

    But in Peru, where millions are malnourished, they're being turned into tasty and nutritious meals.

    Al Jazeera’s Mariana Sanchez went to meet the chef who's helping to change the menu for people in need.


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