10 Ways to “Green” Your Pantry (Daily Green)

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The Daily Green put out this top 10 list advising readers on how to “green” their pantries. More of the same in terms of advice we’ve been putting out – but everyone loves top 10 lists! Here’s the skinny version of their advice:

  1. Do: stock bulk foods (there’s a good store for this…read more)
  2. Don’t: stock processed foods (elementary, but important…read more)
  3. Don’t: use plastic storage containers (read more)
  4. Do: use non-toxic food storage containers (glass is your best bet…read more)
  5. Don’t: overstock canned foods (read more)
  6. Do: make your own cleaning products (here’s a startread more)
  7. Do: stock reusable items (reduce, reuse, then recycle…read more)
  8. Do: check food safety recalls (read more)
  9. Don’t: use toxic pesticides (another do-it-yourself opp…read more)
  10. Do: stock good cookbooks (too many to name! …read more)

Anyone have perspective to add?

(image: Zero Waste Home)

Written by Brian Nunnery

November 3, 2011 at 12:07 pm

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  2. I do believe that image was originally from Bea Johnson’s kitchen and blog, The Zero Waste Home, from which Anne of One Brooklyn Modern drew inspiration. The original post, written in January of 2010, can be found here:


    November 3, 2011 at 6:21 pm

    • Thanks, Patrick! We’ll fix that.

      Brian Nunnery

      November 10, 2011 at 2:24 pm

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