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August 14, 2009


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Andrea Idika

This sounds like a great addition for my recipe book library. I've never really thought about the effect just cooking a meal could have on the environment either. That panini sounds great!!

Jollibee web site

I like cooking food using produced ingredients too.I never thought that cooking and food storage is a substantial source of greenhouse gasses in the environment.Thanks for the info!After this,I wanna view that Big Green Cookbook..



I love the tips you featured and can't wait to explore this resource more! At Mission: Clean Kids we always need great ideas for keeping our families healthy.


Hard boiled eggs turn out great (no green ring around the yolk) if you boil for one or two minutes, cover & turn off the heat. Let sit for 20 - 25 minutes, and they're done!


That sounds like a fab cookbook. I will have to check it out. Thank you.


Sounds like a great cookbook, I will have to check it out. Thank you.


Sounds awesome. I do the hypercooking. :)

Are there meat recipes in it??

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