Cooking

This collection of small cooking related air conditioning saving tips for homes is part of our complete collection of ways to save air conditioning costs in your home right now.

Reducing your electric bill month after month will save you more of your money.

Not attending to even a few of these small actions can cause the inside are to become warmer; this of course makes your window or central air conditioner run more, using more electricity and thus costing you higher electric bills in the summer. Over time that can add up to a lot of your money leaking out of your house.

Start using these small energy saving actions to reduce your home’s electricity usage to start saving money now!

1 BBQ with Charcoal in Summer
2 Cook Consecutive Meals In Oven for Later
3 Cook Weekday Dinners on Weekend
4 Cook With Full Oven
5 Cut Food Into Small Pieces Before Cooking
   
6 Don’t Boil More Water than Needed
7 Double Recipe & Freeze Balance for Later
8 Keep Oven Door Closed After Baking
9 Microwave cooking (vs stove / oven)
10 Minimize Oven Preheating
   
11 Reduce Opening Oven During Baking
12 Right Size Pot To Cooking Need
13 T-FAL Frying Pans
14 Thaw Frozen Food Before Cooking
15 Turn Off Stove Before Finishing Cooking
   
16 Use Crock Pot vs Oven
17 Use Flat-Bottom Pans
18 Use Leftover Oven Heat as Food Warmer
19 Use Lids on Pots To Reduce Cooking Time
20 Use Microwave vs Stove for Hot Water for Tea
   
21 Use Microwave vs Stove in Summer
22 Use Oven Broiler (Faster)
23 Use Smaller Cooking Appliances

 

When you have started to use these ideas for greater air conditioning and electricity savings from this collection as you want, then move on to another air conditioning saving collection on this or any path within the SavingsGrid.

If we have missed a way to reduce any form of energy in a home, please let us know and we’ll add it to the Grid for everyone to use. Simply add a comment here or send an email to Dan@SavingsGrid.com .

We are all in this together to help each other here in the SavingsGrid.

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