8 ways to Green Your Cooking
Cooking green doesn't mean just collards: from saving energy to the food you serve to the way you clean up at meal's end, it's easy to whip up some eco-friendly goodness in the kitchen.
Put a lid on it! Cooking with a lid on your pot—and other simple cooking tricks—can save energy, and maybe even get you out of the kitchen sooner.
Cooking with a natural gas stove is energy efficient because, unlike electricity, the fuel is used directly for cooking.
Convection ovens cook food faster and self-cleaning ovens have better insulation. Both features get you out of the kitchen faster and save energy.
Don't be a slave to your stove. Harness the power of the sun instead for healthier, emissions-free cooking.
Check out these green food ideas for tonight's dinner or your next green party.
Cooking with an eco-friendly pot might not save your Bérnaise sauce from curdling, but it can cut your kitchen energy use and ensure harmful chemicals don’t hurt you or the family pets.
After replacing your range with an energy-efficient model, be sure to dispose of the old one properly.
Repurposing old cookware by using pots for planters and plans for crafting keeps materials from the landfill and saves you money.