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Archive for the 'cooking' Category

   Sep 24

How Eco is your Kitchen?

Kitchens are busy hubs. We spend a lot of time in our kitchen and do multiple tasks from washing up and cooking, to doing the laundry. This means the kitchen is also one of the most energy consuming rooms in the home. Not only are kitchens full of various electrical appliances, from the food mixer [...]

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   May 05

The Eco Chef

You only have to turn the TV on these days to be faced with a plethora of cooking advice. Celebrity chefs are everywhere, offering advice as to how to cook everything from basic meals to elegant banquets. However, what few cooking programmes fail to cover, is how to prepare and cook food in an environmentally [...]

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   Apr 10

Cutting down on Energy use in the Kitchen

The kitchen is one of the most energy demanding rooms in the home. Nearly everything we do in the kitchen requires energy, so by making changes and being more eco in the kitchen we can make a big difference to our annual energy consumption and save a little money in the long run too. Many [...]

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   Mar 11

The Eco Friendly Chef

Cooking is something many of us enjoys doing. Preparing wholesome, home cooked meals is also a sure fire way of keeping our family’s healthy, especially when you consider the rise of obesity among the younger generation. There is nothing better than sourcing and preparing your own meals for the family, as you can ensure that [...]

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   May 17

Some Eco Products for the Kitchen

By Richard Williams The kitchen is perhaps the busiest room in the home. With all that cooking, laundry, tea-making and cleaning, the kitchen is also one of the highest energy consumption rooms in the home too, with a large proportion of our electricity bills stemming from the activities that go on in the kitchen. And [...]

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   Nov 23

Some Great Eco Kitchen Products

The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in the home. With the washing machine, oven, tumble dryer – not to mention the myriad of appliances and gadgets – the kitchen is also one of the most power hungry areas of the home too. Saving energy in the kitchen can, therefore, save us both money [...]

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   Sep 02

Camping – The Eco Way

What with the credit crunch and problems with travel companies and airlines it’s no wonder that camping is as popular now as it has ever been – and with so many summer festivals and pop concerts these days camping is continuing to be a popular form of holiday. And nothing can be more eco-friendly then [...]

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   Jul 09

White Goods and Appliances – Buying Eco

Many of the most power hungry devices in our home are situated in the kitchen. The white goods; fridges, freezers, ovens, washing machines, and driers account for a large chink of both our energy bills and Co2 emissions. And while there are alternative methods of cooking, cleaning and washing clothes, we still need our appliances. [...]

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   May 20

Top Five Eco Kitchen Tips – Saving Money and Energy in the Kitchen

The kitchen is one of the busiest places around the home so it should be no surprise that it is also the area where we consume the most energy. Cooking and washing and drying clothes consume a large proportion of household energy use and makes up a large portion of your household carbon footprint too. [...]

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   Mar 16

Recycling Tips – Organising Your Recycling

Recycling can be really confusing. One of the reasons for this confusion is that there seems to be no parity in the different recycling schemes up and down the country. It seems that each local authority and council has a different scheme and accepts different items for recycling. Some accept plastics, others do not; some [...]

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