We've talked about how LED holiday lights help you save on your power bill. Another great way to conserve energy -- not just during the holidays, but on a daily basis -- is by making simple changes in the way we cook. Aside from selecting energy-efficient appliances, there are many easy, cost-free steps you can take to reduce energy consumption and waste in your kitchen.
According the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, the key to efficient cooking is understanding your cooking habits. Both the ACEEE and the New York Times' Green Inc. blog (which you must check out if you haven't yet) share helpful energy-saving tips on cooking.
On that note, we wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday!