Recipes to cut the carbon calories in your kitchen

Good Energy is working with Arthur Potts Dawson to encourage a low-carbon approach to cooking

Vegetable File Pastry Tart

Good Energy is one of the UK’s leading 100% renewable electricity supplier. They are investing in new sources of renewable energy production and support a growing community of over 35,000 independent generators across Britain.

But generating clean energy is only half the story. All of this effort will be wasted if it is then squandered at the point of delivery. One of the areas where savings can be made is in the preparation and cooking of food. For this reason Good Energy has teamed up with green chef Arthur Potts Dawson to teach people about low-carbon cooking. Both Good Energy and Arthur believe we can all do our bit for the environment by the way in which we source, prepare and cook our food.

Arthur had come up with a range of new recipes that will help you save money and help the environment at the same time. The recipes are :

  • RAW PEA, BROAD BEAN & VIOLET ARTICHOKE SALAD WITH WILD ROCKET & DANDELION
  • SLOW COOKER BRAISED CELERY, NEW POTATO & SEA KALE
  • RAW SALAD OF BABY BEETROOT, CARROT, FENNEL, PEAS & BROAD BEANS WITH QUINOA AND FRESH HERBS
  • VEGETABLE FILO PASTRY TART

To download the recipes click here…

Good Energy now has more than 29,000 homes and businesses using green energy across the UK. The Green Energy Supply Certification Scheme ensures that a minimum of 50kg of CO₂ is abated for each customer each year. It has won numerous awards including: Sunday Times Green Company 2009; Observer Ethical Award for best online retail initiative 2009; and CEO Juliet Davenport won CEO of the Year and overall winner of the prestigious People and Environment (PEA) Business Achievement Awards; PLUS markets CEO of the Year in 2009,2010 and 2011

Good Energy has not changed its domestic electricity prices since April 2009 and is usually cheaper than the Big Six’s standard tariff. So if you want to do your bit to help alleviate the effects of climate change go to www.goodenergy.co.uk for more information.

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