5 Tips for an Eco-Friendly Holiday Feast



The holiday season is here and that means gifts, family reunions, and of course, family feasts. It is very common across cultures to celebrate big occasions with lots of food and drink. A big issue we need to contend with is the waste left after these big celebrations. It’s not just at home either, such celebrations are also held in offices, schools, and perhaps a club you belong to. Between leftovers and gift-wraps, here are 5 tips for an eco-friendlier holiday feast that you can also use for future meals as well!

Noche buena

Plan a menu

Think about all the times you couldn’t decide what to have for dinner, now think about not having to do that again. What a relief, right? Making a menu is one of the best things you can do for yourself and your home kitchen. It streamlines your grocery list, helps you stick to your diet, helps budgeting, and most of all reduces stress in the kitchen. Making a menu is like making a decision for yourself in advance. So get a pen & paper, your excel sheet, or just a checklist and start writing up your meals.
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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

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