You’re probably doing things for the environment already, like recycling cans, plastics and using cloth bags at the grocery store. You’ve installed low flow shower heads and low flush toilets. You have a rain barrel to catch rain water and water your garden with that instead of turning on the water hose. But what are you doing in the kitchen while you cook to be eco-friendly?
If you’re thinking “quit cooking” that isn’t the right answer. You can still cook those home-cooked meals, which are cheaper than eating out, but just with a different approach. We’re going to discuss a few things here and you may find that these new approaches are more convenient than the way you’ve been doing it all along. Continue reading »