Green Tip of the Day: Thanksgiving Turkey – Gobble Green!

I came across an energy saving way to cook your holiday bird and just had to share.  This recipe cuts cooking time in half, which saves energy.  The less you have to run the oven the more you save!  Take a look at this recipe here.

Another way to green your Turkey Day is to buy a heritage turkey instead of the conventional.  Alternatively, look for a turkey that was raised organically without the nasty pesticides and drugs that are conventional birds are exposed to.  Also, try to buy some of your ingredients for side dishes from local markets or that were grown organically.

I wish you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving!


One response to this post.

  1. The November 2010 issue of Vegetarian Times( has some amazingly creative and yummy-looking dishes. I look forward to next Thanksgiving when I’ll be home and able to prepare some of these dishes. I’ve been happily enjoying turkey-free Thanksgiving meals since 1993, for health, creativity, delight, and reduction of environmental impact as a way of showing gratitude for our precious natural resources.


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