How to save energy when cooking
21 September 2023
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Not all cooking appliances are suitable to use on a hob or within the oven. Please check the manufacturer’s manual for use instructions.
Always read any manuals and safety instructions alongside the advice.
8. Use energy-efficient appliances in the kitchen
And finally, using the right appliances in our kitchen will help you take another step closer to a more energy-efficient, more sustainable household.
From fridges and cookware to kettles and dishwashers, investing in more energy-efficient appliances not only reduces your energy consumption but also contributes to a greener environment.
When purchasing new white goods for your kitchen or replacing appliances and cookware that have seen better days, make sure to look for appliances with higher Energy Star ratings or other energy-efficient certifications. These products usually come with advanced features to optimise your energy use while still allowing you to enjoy the pleasures of delicious home-cooked meals.
Adopting energy-efficient cooking methods is not only beneficial for your budget, but also helps you create a greener, more sustainable household. So, whether you’re planning a quick midweek dinner or preparing a weekend feast, making conscious choices in the kitchen is a step towards a more economical, eco-friendly lifestyle.
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