Many of us get bored when eating exactly the same meal two days in a row, so transform your leftover meal into something new and exciting. Your family might not even realize it is the same food that they ate the night before.
Your kitchen can be one of the biggest energy wasters in your entire household. With all the large and small appliances, and all the activity that goes on there, there is always something waiting to drain energy. There are many simple tricks to saving energy in your kitchen, however.
When it comes to saving money, food consumption is one of the first areas you should consider. There are many ways you can cut down on food waste that happens in your home. Here are …
Everyone knows the importance of hydration, but there’s no need for a mountain of plastic water bottles. Use a reusable, stainless steel drinking bottle instead of individual drink boxes or bottles. Skip soda and make your own soft drinks at home with a soda stream.
Non-stick pans will start to stick sooner or later. This is because a metal spatula or even a fork will cause tiny scrapes that will damage the non-stick coating (such as Teflon) over time, and cause it to disintegrate and leave food sticking. Even worse, the chlorine in the Teflon (yes, like the chlorine in bleach)
Water is a precious commodity that we should not take for granted. And with water bills rising in many areas in the USA, it pays to pay attention to the best ways to save water. One of the most obvious places is in the kitchen. Here are some hints and tips.
Food storage is all about keeping food fresh and safe. Chemicals in plastic containers leaching into foods has led to a lot of concern over the best ways to store food. Storing food properly so nothing goes to waste also makes sense for your wallet and the planet.
There are a number of ways to make the most of your oven so it operates efficiently and you can keep costs down in terms of natural gas or electricity used. 1. Skip the pre-heating …
Silicone has been advocated as a green product for a number of reasons. The first is in relation to the backlash over plastics which are potentially toxic. The second is in relation to trying to cut down on consumer waste by using non-stick silicone for muffins, cupcakes and so on.
A lot of people interested in organic foods opt for organic in the belief that it is greener, or more environmentally friendly, than commercially produced crops. But is this really the case?
There are lots of ways to go greener at home. The kitchen is one of the best places to do this. Go beyond recycling to greening your everyday kitchen and dining items. Green Dinnerware We are not suggesting you ditch your dinnerware, but if you have to replace it, look for dinnerware that is made from 100% recycled
There’s a boom in interest regarding organic produce being better for your health, but organic foods don’t come cheaply. If you own a house with a garden, it might be time to consider whether you should start growing your own vegetables.