Natural and Organic Foods for a Green Kitchen Basingstoke
Natural and Organic Foods for a Green Kitchen
Natural and Organic Foods - for a Green Kitchen
Is your kitchen green?
Buy, grow and use more local, fresh, natural and organic foods for a greener kitchen!
There's a few other things you can do, too...from considering the type of fuel you use for cooking, to deciding which pots and pans to buy.
This section of the Greenfootsteps site explores food and ways to bring high quality foods into our diets.
There are also some articles on cooking equipment for a greener kitchen.
Picture above: Prehistoric peoples reared animals for food. These beautiful carvings of sheep are from Tarxian Temple in Malta.
The health benefits of organic foods are so clear that it makes good sense to make organic foods the major part of your diet. What you lose in money you will gain in increased health and vitality for sure!
For more on the whys and wherefores of organic food please see:
And here are some
Natural and organic foods for your kitchen - what are the options?
Below you will find links to green kitchen issues, such as greener food choices and greener storage. There are also articles on kitchen equipment.
(If you want recipes for organic vegetables, grains and fruits please see: )
Natural and organic foods for a healthy green kitchen
The benefits of fish are well known. Here is some information about the benefits but also about the difficulties faced by the fishing industry. Can we fish sustainably? Is the fish on our dish safe to eat?
Check out some of the facts here and get information on how to find safe, sustainable sources of fish.
This page is about organic coffee growing and its benefits compared to conventionally grown coffee.
Information on seaweed types and the nutritional benefits of these super-foods.
Some of the health benefits of fermented foods explained and a look at what's available.
- a page about gourmet salt and table salt.
- how they work and what to look for in a pressure cooker
Why we need to stop chopping down forests for chopsticks - and the alternatives
- an article on the three main types and what they can each do.
Pure water is perhaps our most important resource. We all want pure, clean water for ourselves. This page gives some details on the difficulties of keeping our water pure, some of the impurities which creep in and how we can best protect ourselves.
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