Our culture teaches us to be mindful and sustainable; it has always been a practice. It usually begins in our kitchen, with all the cooking and organising we do. In the realm of food preparation, Indian households have always been mindful of minimising food waste. Our traditional recipes often incorporate the use of leftovers, transforming them into delectable dishes. For instance, stale chapatis are transformed into crispy papads, while leftover rice becomes flavorful biryanis or fried rice.
Let’s dive into a variety of sustainable products and collections you can use in your routine.
Inspired by the weaving textures of the fibres coming together, the saan collection signifies the beauty of the blues. Ceramics are made from clay and at ellementry, we handcraft every piece. That eliminates any machine made energy footprint. Furthermore, ceramic is non-toxic and inert, which means it does not leach harmful chemicals into food or beverages. This makes it a safe and healthy option for storing and serving condiments, without compromising the taste or quality of the ingredients.
You can store nuts, seeds, sauces, chutneys and herbs in this saan condiment server set to keep you company on the table. No need to search for them at the last minute. Have them handy on the kitchen counter, your caddy or even on the dining table.
As we love storing and organising our kitchen, for all the times you don’t remember where you have stored a certain ingredient, these awa glass jars will help you with clear clarity. The durability of glass reduces the need for frequent replacements, ultimately reducing waste generation and the consumption of resources. The airtight seal provided by the container’s design prevents air and moisture from entering, effectively preserving the crispness and taste of snacks. The ribbed texture, in combination with the secure lid, creates a reliable barrier against outside elements, maintaining the quality of your ingredients or food over time.
The verde marble collection is a perfect example of fusion made with beauty, sturdiness, and durability. This green marble chakla belan also carries a sense of tradition and heritage. In many Indian households, marble chakla belan sets have been passed down through generations, symbolising the timeless art of cooking and the value of preserving culinary practises.
You can make some rotis, parathas, theplas, naans, cookies, pastry sheets and so much more. You can easily clean it, and the chakla belan will be ready to use every day.
The laimai collection uses sheesham wood and comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. By serving food directly on the board, you eliminate the need for additional plates or dishes, reducing the water and energy consumption associated with cleaning. The board’s natural beauty and warm tones also add an aesthetic appeal to your table setting. The sheesham-wood chopping board serves as a durable tool for chopping food and doubles as an elegant serving platter or cheeseboard.
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