Cooking healthy meals with real food is just one part of having a healthy non toxic kitchen – we don’t necessarily think about the cookware, utensils, and food storage we use contributing to our family’s health. But it is just as important to consider!
Healthy Child Healthy World has created a great infographic with Nine Steps to a Healthier Kitchen, and they also have a Safer Kitchen Guide to help you figure out what truly is safe and non toxic to use with your food.
I have slowly been phasing out our “container drawer” to glass and stainless steel after finding out about BPA and its equally offensive cousin BPS in plastics. I’ve also become quite the hoarder when it comes to glass jars – if we get something in a glass jar you can be sure I will wash it and use it to store something else! Green and frugal are a perfect pair!
What did you learn about your kitchen after checking out this resource?
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