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Green Kitchen Tips

Green-Kitchen-TipsWhether we like it or not, there is always a time in our lives when we have to cook to eat. It is during this time that we should know how to cook healthily in order to eat healthy. While most kitchen enthusiasts already know some of these basic green kitchen tips, knowing these tips still pays off  a lot.

Firstly, let’s start with your food because this is the most important aspect to consider when you want a green kitchen at home. Always include fresh foods in your meals. Go for organic products by buying local produce and by choosing fresh fruits and vegetables instead of preserved and canned goods. You can also make a vegetable and fruit garden where you can harvest organic foods right in the comfort of your lawn. This way, you can be guaranteed of fresh produce sans harmful chemicals.  On the one hand, your kitchen is practically designed, created, and furnished to cook food, so use it to cook food. Never eat in fast foods all the time as they mostly offer unhealthy and junk food choices. Take a cue from Tyra Banks, one of the most popular VS models, who received numerous critics for her disfigured and fat body. She blamed it for her love for fast foods.

Secondly, let’s take a look at your kitchen products. Never create a surrounding that’s filled with plastics. Plastics are a big no-no to the environment and it can drastically harm water, land, and air by burning, burying, and throwing them to bodies of water. Therefore, go for paper bags and recyclable containers in your kitchen. You can check out for eco-friendly kitchen containers online. Brands like Rubbermaid, Pyrex, and the likes are totally eco-friendly and recyclable. You won’t only get to save your body from harmful toxins, but you also get to save your penny from constantly buying kitchen containers over and over again. Nevertheless, glass storage containers and stainless steels are the best selections.

Thirdly, don’t take your appliances for granted. Dysfunctional appliances tend to consume higher amount of energy and heat. If you are planning to add more kitchen appliances, you can go for eco-friendly ovens and refrigerators. Although it’s pretty expensive, these are great in energy consumption, so it is beneficial to your current electricity consumption and utility bills at home.

You see, the kitchen was not built just because it’s a basic part of every home. The kitchen is built to nourish your body; hence, it is very important to take great consideration if you want it to go green.

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About the Author:

A senior writer and editor of The Green Guide and a father of 3 kids (1 girl and 2 boys). Rob's special interests include geography, enviroment study and hiking. Rob has traveled to over 100 places in 30 different countries in the past three years. His exotic and fun experiences will be talked in his new book which is going to be published soon.

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