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10 Easy Ways to Green Your Kitchen (And Save Money Doing It!)

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10 Easy Ways to Green Your Kitchen (And Save Money Doing It!)
The Earth – everybody’s concerned about it. After all, it’s the planet we live on and even though we could probably get to Mars or Venus if we really tried, they do not seem nearly as nice. Since we’re stuck here, we may as well try to keep the place relatively clean, which historically we’ve had kind of a mixed record on. Environmental issues can seem so big and intractable that they feel hard for one person to address. But there’s actually quite a bit each of us can do to help the environment, starting in our kitchens. And, as luck would have it, conserving the earth can also be a great way to save a little cash too! Here are ten easy ways to green your kitchen and save a little money in the process.

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10 Easy Ways to Have a Greener Kitchen--And Save Money Doing It!

Waste Less Food

Some estimates of how much food gets wasted run as high as one third! That's a lot of resources, and money, being thrown right in the trash. By planning, using leftovers wisely, and keeping an eye on what's in your pantry and needs to be eaten, you can make sure that the energy being used to grow and deliver your food is being put to good use.
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