Yes. If we were looking at it in terms of water usage alone it would be despicable. Imagine if you were constantly washing dishes and constantly had your stove on even if you weren’t cooking anything. Everything is on from open to close everyday. Togo containers, and any disposable products, like sugar packets or coffee stirers are used in bulk. In addition many of these things must be shipped to us in boxes via trucks, and if you serve wine things must be imported, which leaves a huge impact on the environment. Cooking at home, because of less strict health regulations for home cooking, you can re-use containers, do one load of dishes a day, etc. Cooking is a very time-consuming and wasteful procedure, it is far more wasteful when it is done over and over and over again.
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