The Green Kitchen Techniques and Recipes for Cutting Energy Use, Saving Money and Reducing Waste Richard Ehrlich
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- 22 Jan 2009
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The kitchen consumes about half of the energy used in our homes and careful changes in our kitchen practices can make a vital difference to the environment – as well as to our gas and electricity bills. The Green Kitchen is an inspirational and practical cookbook. Recipes are divided into cooking methods. The first chapter discusses the virtues of lidded cooking as an energy saver. There is also advice on making the best use of the oven and grill, and the microwave and pressure cooker are given centre-stage as incredibly efficient cooking machines. Richard also advises us on cleaning and storing, reducing waste and choosing appliances.
Richard Ehrlich has written on food for The Guardian, Financial Times, Good Housekeeping and Time Out, where he is also a contributor to the Time Out Eating and Drinking Guide. He won two Glenfiddich Awards for his drinks column in the Independent on Sunday and is currently the wine editor of Good Housekeeping.