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Green tip of the day

“When you’re cooking on the stovetop, observe two simple rules of thumb to improve energy efficiency. First, use the smallest pot or pan you can. Second, don’t be burner-happy. If the circumference of the flames is greater than that of your pan, you’re leaking unused heat into the air.”


One Response

  1. And 3rd, put the lid on the pan so that it boils quicker 🙂

    It’s amazing how many people still waste gas by using the wrong size pan on the wrong burner.

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