A diver at TIKTOK says she’s found hundreds of dollars worth of meat every night that’s safe to eat.
Dumpster Diving Freegan, a TikTok user who claims her hobby yields large amounts of discarded food and produce, shared her findings on the video social networking app.
TikTok users have more than 330,000 followers and describe themselves as the “Drawers of Garbage” in the US. I have NEVER gotten sick from doing this,” she added.
In one of the Dumpster Diving FreeganRecently, while diving at a Whole Foods wholesale store in the US, TikToker claimed that the same store “puts out enough every night to feed a community.”
Footage shot by TikToker shows dozens of containers of fresh guacamole, an organic fresh young turkey worth about $65 and “enough meat to feed an entire community.”
“Dumpster diving at Whole Foods is unlike anything I’ve seen before,” she explains.
“Every time I go to this particular store, I see instances of organic food being thrown away before its best day.”
Interestingly, the diver claims she checked to see if any of the items shown in her video have been recovered.
Included in the meat collection found on her dive were Beyond Sausage, 365 by Whole Foods Market Chicken, Beyond Meatballs and various juices.
Dumpster Diving Freegan said the products had been “thrown recently” and the temperature outside was 33 degrees Fahrenheit when she picked up the raw meat.
“Everything was thrown away on or before its best day and as we know best day is not a hard rule and everything is still good to consume,” added the dumping divers.
She also found yogurt, salad mixes, and chopped fruit and vegetables.
The content creator explains on her TikTok page that she’s been “surviving on scaly food for almost two years now.”
Dumpster Diving Freegan also attests to taking “maximum safety precautions when diving.”
Another recent video shows the scuba diver explaining her success in finding plants in the local store’s trash.
She revealed that she often sees “entire products thrown away” as store policy may require cases to be thrown out if just one thing inside is damaged.
When the diver showed off the white paper narcissus she found, she explained that other times she’d discovered candles and wine thrown away in a similar way.
Before, Dumpster Diving Freegan reveals that she works in finance and her reason for scuba diving is so she can retire early at 30.
She addressed these questions in a recent annotated video; “I get this question a lot, so let’s talk about it!”
In the video, she says, “I mean why in the world would I want to get my food out of the trash and keep taking the things I use every day from the trash if I had a job? all the time?
“Obviously I’m not right?
“And believe me, I’ve seen all of your comments, calling me a spoiler, comments that say I’m poor or mock me for being ‘poor’.
“There are a lot of theories about landfill divers, and when people think of what a landfill diver is, they don’t think of a blonde, white girl in her twenties going into a trash can, It’s not the image that goes in their hearts. The head.”
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