Invest In Closed-Loop Cooking
Did you know forty percent of all food in America is wasted, making it the No. 1 thing found in landfills? All this food heaped into landfills is a huge contributor to climate change.
A simple mindset shift in the kitchen can help you stay aware of the environmental footprint of your food and make better choices. Now that summer is upon us, it's the perfect time to try Closed-Loop Cooking. This is a term used to refer to the circular nature of sustainable cooking and eating. Using the scraps and leftovers from one meal as the foundation for the next.
Transitioning to a low-impact lifestyle can be daunting, but what we eat doesn't have to be. By remembering to close the loop in your kitchen—be it by making your own ACV, cooking up vegetable broth using scraps, or finding creative ways to reuse old containers—you'll exercise your power to make a difference as a home cook and eater every day.
Try this Rainbow Salad recipe to start Closed-Loop Cooking today!