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Save More Gas When Cooking

5 Tips to Help You Save More Gas When Cooking

With a little know-how and practice, you can save more gas as you cook your favorite dishes. Whether you use electricity, gas, charcoal, wood, or solar for cooking, these 5 tips will save you a lot of time and money.

  1. Put a lid on the pot

Without a lid on the pot, the heat is escaping in the atmosphere and wasting your gas. When a cover is used on your cooking vessel the stove can turn off early in some instances.

2. Use the right amount of water

Remember, the water in the pot the more has it takes to bring the water to boil. Besides, the nutrients can be lost in too much water.

3. Use the right amount of water

Remember, the water in the pot the more gas it takes to bring the water to boil. Besides, the nutrients can be lost in too much water.

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4. Choose your pot size carefully

It can be a waste of gas boiling extra water to cook a small portion of food. Also, a pot appropriate for the size burner is a good idea because you don’t want the flames be escaping around the pot sides.

5. Clean stove burners burn brighter

This might seem simple but clean burner and stove give off brighter flames which mean quicker heating of your pot and less time-wasting. And when you do the regular maintenance of your stove (by cleaning the gas nozzle) that too will result in you getting optimal heating for your cooking.

Have you been practicing any of these tips?

Do you have any cooking gas saving tips you would like to share?

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