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Energy-saving recipes

Virginia Serraon Claudio

Energy-saving recipes

featuring favorite Philippine and American recipes and turbo-broiler cooking

by Virginia Serraon Claudio

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Claudio Corp. in The Woodlands, Tex. (7 Lazy Morning Pl., The Woodlands 77381) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cookery, Philippine.,
  • Convection oven cookery.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVirginia S. Claudio, Matilde P. Guzman.
    ContributionsGuzman, Matilde P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX724.5.P5 C54 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination60, 58, [10] leaves :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2237747M
    LC Control Number89108126

      At school, we use books and seed catalogues to plan our crops, find out information about how to grow our crops, we hunt down recipes to cook with our harvested corn, tomatoes and coriander and with the younger students, a book will often inspire an outside activity after reading ‘Eco Warriors to the Rescue’, the Prep students and I. While not a pressure cooker per-se, turbo cookers utilize the power of pressurized steam to cook food. The selling points of the turbo cooker is that you can cook almost any way--fry, steam, bake or boil--ll without the use of oil, making it a healthy cooking option. Turbo Cookers also come with a range of recipe cards for easy meals.

      The first step to energy efficiency in your kitchen is to consider your appliances, and appliances with the ENERGY STAR® seal of approval are always the most energy efficient. Convection ovens also make a difference. The heated air is continuously circulated which reduces cook times as well as the temperatures required. Induction cooking has a lot of advantages. It is fast, high power, easy to clean up, and it is elegant. I have been to a couple Asian hotpot restaurants where all they have are induction stoves for the hotpot/shabu.

      Take our advice: These simple energy-saving solutions could also save a few hundred dollars this year. Take our advice, and you could save a few hundred dollars this year. Search.   Sarah Lozanova is a renewable energy and sustainability journalist and communications professional with an MBA in sustainable management. She is a regular contributor to environmental and energy publications and websites, including Mother Earth Living, Earth, Home Power, Triple Pundit, CleanTechnica, The Ecologist, GreenBiz, Renewable Energy World, and Windpower Engineering.


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