What better way to eat your greens than by preparing them in a "green" way? Thanks to new advancements in solar cooking, this option is a lot more doable. Earth-happy cuisine isn't limited to personal prep in the home anymore either as leading restaurants begin to shift toward more eco-friendly prep methods.
La Palette in Toronto, for example, offers carbon-free cooking. Head chef, Brooke Kavanagh said to the Globe and Mail, "There is really not much limit to it. The food tastes the same. The benefit is that it's not using any electricity or gas." His next challenge? Inventing and installing a solar cooker to mount on top of his house. "When the sun is shining, why not use it?"
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- By: BiancaAug 24, 2007