Since the intensification of global warming, in recent years, we have heard a lot about the importance of leading a sustainable lifestyle, which even reaches the kitchen. Today, June 18, the World Day of Sustainable Gastronomy is celebrated, so we share with you three keys in case you are motivated to migrate there.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), “sustainable gastronomy is synonymous with cooking that takes into account the origin of the ingredients, how they are grown and their arrival on our markets and on our plates”.
The bet considers certain principles that have been outlined by the United Nations (UN), such as improving efficiency in the use, conservation, protection and improvement of natural resources, as an element key to sustainability in agriculture; protect and improve rural livelihoods for equity and social well-being.
Consider where your food comes from. The speed of our way of life is one of the main culprits of our ailments; If you want to migrate towards sustainable gastronomy, you have to get into the habit of favoring those that are grown in your country and within it, those that come from areas closer to where you consume, because you contribute to producers in the area and the cost of fuel is reduced. If you dare to start your own garden at home, it would be a good idea to support this initiative.
Purchase on a scheduled basis. Many chefs and family finance advisors recommend going to the supermarket with a shopping list to avoid buying unnecessary, reduce costs and waste, which is one of the pillars of sustainability in this regard. Remember that mismanagement, individually and as a society; This is the main cause of the imbalance that we live in, which causes more and more people to lack food for daily life.
Eat seasonal fruits. In the gastronomic aspect, this will benefit you by enjoying a greater intensity of flavor because they may not come from a greenhouse; but also the production of seasonal products is more consistent with their natural cycle, therefore more respectful of the environment.