I want to teach people to cook everyday. Not by giving people recipes, but a new way to think about food, so they can do so : Interior of a Working Kitchen
EXTRA: If you have just started cooking, you probably don't have a blender and you don't ever need one unless you want to make smoothies or soups.
While I was making the omelet made with leftovers, I also rummaged through the freezer.
I had frozen leftover fruit in there. When you go to the supermarket, you will see bags of frozen fruit. I used to buy them, but then realized freezing is freezing, and mine is healthier. In order to cook, you need plastic or glass containers. Lots of them. You need them more than a second frying pan.
When your bananas that had gone black, to know if they are still edible, just open them. If they are soft and not dark brown you can use them for smoothies. Same with fruit, cut them open, you don't have to throw them away automatically if they are soft. Cut out the dark parts. Eat the rest or freeze them.
In my frozen fruit box I had half a leftover peach, some blueberries, and some beet(roots). I am experimenting with beet(roots).. so had some cooked and frozen.
I had to open an almond milk, because the soy had gone bad (opps).
I put about 1 and a half cups of the milk, threw them in the blender. I also added sunflower seeds.
But you know, nobody needs the seeds, nor a blender. As I said, its completely unnecessary. You can always go to a juice bar.
Also try and remember to clean the blender as soon as possible, otherwise the fruit is stuck to the side and it's a pain. I never do it and have to scrub it clean later. Maybe you can do better.