Published at Wednesday, March 07th, 2018 - 23:24:50 PM. In The Kitchen. By Aidan Payne.
Use Local and Organic Produce: Going green in the kitchen can be tasty too and a delicious way to keep up with your eco-friendly kitchen is to try to buy as much organic or local produce as possible. Organic produce is popular because the farming process used to grow organically does not deplete the land and does not introduce any chemicals into the soil or plants. Whether organic or not, using local produce is a great idea as well because it supports local business and you know where the product is being grown. Best of all, it does not get shipped across the country in a truck, and it is usually picked fresh at the peak of it is ripeness, so it just tastes better.
Decorating the kitchen can be an expensive proposition, but if you are on a budget, look around you to see what you may have in your home, that you can use to brighten up your kitchen. Do you have some nice dishes tucked away in cabinets that you could display on a counter top? Plate racks are inexpensive and plates look good standing in strategic places on the counter. You can even look in second hand stores for some cheap plates with a design that may go with your kitchen colors or decor, and all it will cost you is a couple of dollars. How about decorating the kitchen with some woven baskets you may have around your home. These look great if you are trying to create a rustic type of atmosphere in your kitchen. Having them placed along the top of your cabinets and perhaps a couple on your counter tops holding some fruit can add that rustic charm. I have even seen baskets used as a window valance and they looked really effective.
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