Asados can be green, too. And no, we’re not talking about the veggies that go on the side. Green grilling is about all the things you can do to reduce the environmental impact of your time in the grill.
Discover 3 eco-tips you can start using now:
1.Use quality vegetable coal: including bamboo and waste or sustainably sourced wood.This alternative produces the best results for your grills by reducing airborne toxins.
2.Buy grass-fed meat: Not only does it taste better, but it’s also environmentally friendly. Grass-fed meat does not go through industrialized processes, which generate greenhouse gases.
3.Compost the leftovers: This is the best way to get rid of and take advantage of them. Because most foods are biodegradable, organic, and compostable.You can then use it to give more vitality to the soil in your garden.
And the most important thing is that you keep in mind that you can enjoy a delicious and ecological barbecue, without spending a lot of money.
Which of these tips do you already apply to your asados?