When I shop for food within supermarkets, I always notice all the unnecessary plastic packaging used for vegetables and fruits. When preparing food to cook, I often find myself throwing out parts of the produce I'm not using (e.g. lemon peels or stems of broccoli). I also often buy takeaway food for convenience, which is usually packed with plastic, with the consumption of it causing me to waste food kept in my refrigerator. My one-step is to commit to no waste when making food and consuming it. This means that I will be endeavouring to use as much of each ingredient I can, with the leftovers going in a compost bin. Furthermore, I am committing to purchasing produce from local grocers, and purchasing produce without traces of plastic in the packaging of it. Finally, I plan on limiting my consumption of restaurant-purchased food to once per week in an effort to cut the amount of plastic in my life, support local industry (by shopping for the bulk of my food at local grocers) and minimise my own food wastage.