Jackie Newgen , a dietician and cook, recommends living a low-carbon lifestyle by reducing the amount of meat in your diet and adding more fruits, vegetables, beans, and whole grains. Buying organic isn’t always necessary but buy locally is recommended-it reduces the travel time and distance the food travels. Some other ideas include: reusing pots and pans to reduce water used washing; mincing (or getting food as tiny as possible) food to lessen cooking time; when a pot begins to simmer, put a lid on it and turn off the burner; a microwave uses two thirds less energy than conventional ovens, and use less water when it comes to cooking.
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