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I don't own a cast iron skillet but my mom does. Does that count? Lol. I microwave things in either a glass dish or microwaveable tupperware. I always use frozen veggies except green beans. Those are the ONLY canned veggies I will eat...well except tomatoes if I'm making spaghetti sauce. Lol. I need to work on the other stuff though.
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I am clicking on the link also, but do the following:
1. Have a list of the dirty dozen produce-but clean all produce thoroughly-including prewashed and precut.
2. Use bottled water-except for cooking and am looking into buying a filter
3.leave shoes at the door
4. cleaning products have already been cleaned out
4. I use low heat and wooden utensils(for the most part)
5. My plastic containers are very limited and only those that are made for special use
5. Use a ceramic plate for mircorwaving
6. Use frozen foods instead of canned
7. Trim any excess fat that is on my meat
8. Dry beans
I am doing:
3 Cast iron skillet
9 Glass jars
11 Using frozen instead of canned veggies
14 Dried beans
I am going to click the link and the items and look over info on doing others.
Eating Well Lists 14 Ways to Keep Your Kitchen Healthy. What do you think?
"14 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR KITCHEN HEALTHY
Check back each day for your daily tip on going clean.
Day 1: Print out a list of the Dirty Dozen produce.
Day 2: Filter your tap water.
Day 3: Pull out that old cast-iron skillet and season it.
Day 4: Plant an herb.
Day 5: Leave your shoes at the door.
Day 6: Clean out your cleaning products.
Day 7: Turn down the heat and use wooden utensils in your nonstick pans.
Day 8: Tackle your plastic container collection.
Day 9: Save your glass jars and use them to store food.
Day 10: Transfer your lunch to a ceramic plate before microwaving.
Day 11: Look for can-free alternatives to the canned foods you use most.
Day 12: Take the extra time to trim the fat from meat before cooking it.
Day 13: Find a new fish thatís low in mercury.
Day 14: Put dried beans on your shopping list."
See the link for more info www.eatingwell.com/community/healthy
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