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Thanksgiving is time of togetherness and gratitude.
It is also a time of potential waste. With all the food that is cooked and all the dishes and containers that are used, there can be a significant environmental impact from all the Thanksgiving celebrations across the country.
Here are some ideas about how to make a smaller impact this holiday season.
Tips for Thanksgiving Vegetable Sides
This post is all about Thanksgiving side dishes. First some tips for eco-friendly side dishes, then some healthy side dishes, and some vegan side dishes. Hopefully, all this info will help you when choosing and making your sides for the holidays!
Eight Dessert Tips for Your Eco-Thanksgiving Celebration
When you are concerned about the environment, it makes each holiday celebration slightly different from what you may recall from your youth. Thankfully, there is so much you can do that is not just eco-friendly but also healthy and (don’t forget) delicious. Your family and guests won’t even realize that they’re also saving the environment.
Eco-friendly Tableware for Thanksgiving
Holiday celebrations are just around the corner and it’s time to consider your place settings. If you already have perfectly good dishes, don’t throw them out to run and buy the eco-friendly options listed here. Remember, reducing is also eco-friendly. While you may want to start ridding your home of plastics, anything you have that is glass or china is perfectly fine to keep using even as you work toward being more environmentally aware. However, if you’d like to use disposables during your celebration, we’ve got you covered.
How to Avoid Unnecessary Thanksgiving Waste
It’s November and time to start thinking about Thanksgiving! One thing to consider is the amount of waste that happens if you make too much food! Planning your Thanksgiving so that you avoid as much unnecessary waste as possible is very doable. The truth is, we never need as much as we think we do when it comes to anything we have. Most people throw out about 30 percent of the food they buy, for example. This Thanksgiving, let’s prevent that.
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