Category Archives: Family

Cook Food With Less Fat and Water

200 lbs CO2 Per Year $60 Savings Per Year Short Description Making pasta with less water, or making lean meat can drastically reduce the time you spend cooking your meal. Long Description Food that has less liquid and less fat in it take less time to cook. Making pasta with less water, or making lean… Continue Reading

Use Flat Bottom Pans

200 lbs CO2 Per Year $80 Savings Per Year Short Description Using flat-bottomed pots and pans helps them heat up faster, and thus not using the heat as long, savin you energy! Long Description Using flat-bottomed pots and pans helps them heat up faster, and thus not using the heat as long, savin you energy! Continue Reading

Bake More in the Winter

100 lbs CO2 Per Year $20 Savings Per Year Short Description If you have an ELECTRIC RANGE, making more baked goods in the winter can hit two birds with one stone. You get delicious treats, AND it helps heat your home! Long Description If you have an electric range, making more baked goods in the… Continue Reading

Go Green Plant A Tree

13 lbs CO2 Per Year $0 Savings Per Year Short Description Plant a tree to help offset your carbon emissions! Long Description Have your family plant a tree in your neighborhood! Trees use carbon dioxide during photosynthesis and produce oxygen, meaning they provide cleaner air containing less CO2. Additionally, planting a tree can serve as… Continue Reading

Buy Food Grown Locally

  632.8 lbs CO2 Per Year $20 Savings Per Year Short Description Buy fresh food grown locally, it’s good for your health, our environment and our local economy! Local food is fresher and tastes better than food shipped long distances from other states or countries. The average supermarket vegetable travels 1300+ miles from farm to… Continue Reading

Don’t Leave the Fridge Open!

0 lbs CO2 Per Year $0 Savings Per Year Short Description Leaving the refrigerator door open while you decide what to eat is a huge waste of energy! Long Description How many times have you come home with a hungry belly without quite knowing what to eat? If you leave the refrigerator door open while… Continue Reading

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