Introducing “Ecokitchen”, a Washington Post newsletter dedicated to climate-friendly cooking
The Washington Post today featured “Ecokitchen,” an 8-week email course that guides readers through sustainable recipes and cooking practices to minimize their environmental footprint in the kitchen. Anchored by Priyanka Naik, a low-waste chef and author of “The Modern Tiffin: Vegan take-out with a global twistthe newsletter will show readers how to minimize water use, reuse common items, reduce food waste and implement energy-saving tips.
“The forces driving climate change are in many ways out of our hands as individuals, but we know readers are hungry and hungry for ways to reduce their footprint in their daily lives,” Neema said. Roshania Patel, editor of The Post’s Next Generation Audience. Development team. “Priyanka’s tips for reducing packaging, using scraps and becoming a more sustainable shopper will help readers on this journey.”
Starting May 5, “Ecokitchen” will be delivered to inboxes every Thursday at 10 a.m. ET. The newsletter will also provide links to existing recipes from The Post’s Voraciously team and in-depth climate and environmental reports from The Post’s Climate Solutions team. Readers can register here at any time to start the 8-week course.
Additionally, to commemorate Earth Day 2022, The Washington Post will lift its paywall and offer free digital access to The Post — including its award-winning climate coverage — to all registered non-subscribers April 20-22.