Making your culinary habits green

08/14/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Living an eco-friendly culinary lifestyle doesn't have to be expensive and requires only a few changes to create big results, according to Brooklyn, N.Y., chef Jackie Newgent. Newgent says reducing cooking times by limiting the size of your food, consolidating pots and pans while cooking, and using more of the microwave and less water can help the environment without adding to your budgets.

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