Keep that heat in

Jonathan D. Blundell —  January 28, 2013 — Leave a comment

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Save energy by putting a lid on your pans while you cook.

It’s simple physics.

As less heat escapes, more heat is retained in your pan and your food will cook faster.

Also, use a smaller pan whenever possible.

Smaller pans mean less surface area to heat and therefore less energy.

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