Lists! 33 Environmentally Friendly Ways to Eat
Our homegrown French breakfast radishes!
It includes good, sound healthy eating advice -- eat more produce, avoid antibiotics in your meat and dairy, etc. I was happy to see suggestions related to packaging -- use reusable bags, skip bottled water, buy foods with minimal packaging. I am all for reducing our seeming insatiable need to buy things in plastic! And these suggestions on being environmentally friendly reconfirm many of the lessons we learned from the Garbage Experiment.
I also liked #31 Eat your leftovers. It never occured to me not to. But unless you are raising your own bacon, the leftovers belong to you!
And, check out #32 Double your recipes. Cook smart and use less energy. Having things reaady to use in your freezer is pretty cool.
Lately, we have been seeing how many meals you can get out of a roasted chicken. You can eat for a week. Roasted chicken dinner, chicken soup, chicken sandwiches, and a pan of enchiladas. Pretty good eating.
Thanks to Heather for the link!