Don’t miss the recent Redfin article Everyday Dishes was featured in: “Experts Dish Their Secrets for Keeping a Sustainable Kitchen.“
The kitchen is one of the places people spend a lot of their time, whether food prepping for their household or simply enjoying a reheated take-out meal after a long day. But if you’re looking for a way to make more conscious decisions about the environment in your day-to-day life, think about starting in the kitchen. Whether you’re living in Austin, TX or Philadelphia, PA, learn what simple swaps you can make for a more sustainable kitchen.
To help you get started, Everyday Dishes, along with other sustainability experts from across the country, shared some of our best tips and tricks for a sustainable kitchen with Redfin. Check out what we had to say so you can start your journey towards sustainability with ease!
Start with easy swaps. One of the best ways to have a more sustainable kitchen is to start by swapping out some of your everyday items for more sustainable options. I love Stasher’s reusable silicone bags in place of plastic baggies, or Bee’s Wrap for covering leftovers instead of cling wrap. This allows you to have a big impact with minimal effort on your part. – Lindsay Viker, Everyday Dishes