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Three Easy Ways To Go Green In The Kitchen

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Are you looking to go green in your kitchen routine? There are countless ways to live an eco-conscious lifestyle. Below are a few ways to green up everyone’s favorite room.

No. 1 Skip red meat once a week. bowl of berlotti beans
Meat production―especially in mass-produced beef―is extremely resource-intensive. It can take seven or more pounds of grain to produce one pound of beef, and livestock consumes 70 percent of America’s grain. Eat less of it and choose pasture-fed, sustainably raised beef whenever you can. If you alone gave it up once every seven days, you would save the 840 gallons of fresh water it takes to produce a single serving.

No. 2 Clean up your dishwasher.
Switch to a dishwashing powder that’s biodegradable and plant-based. These cleansers cut through grime, but they do it without the bleach and phosphates that threaten river and marine life and leave chemical residue on your dishes.

 

 

No. 3 Choose the right appliance for the job. toaster oven
A toaster oven uses up to half the energy of a conventional electric oven. An electric slow cooker makes soups and stews using less wattage than a stove.

 

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