Alternatives

There are other things you can do with your leftovers, and you might want to consider some of them. Can they be stored, dried, or frozen? If so, they could be sold at a later date, or saved for your own use.

Of course, you could always give them to the needy through a local church or charitable organization that feeds or distributes food to the underprivileged. Get a receipt for the amount, multiply that by the fair market value, and you've got yourself a dandy tax deduction that means real dollars to you.

As a last resort, you can always take them to the compost pile to help enrich next year's crop.

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