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In our quest for beauty, we often forget how our choices affect the environment.When we pick fruits, we usually prefer the ones that look perfect, ignoring those that may seem less attractive. But it’s important to realize that throwing away “ugly” fruits creates unnecessary waste. let’s explore the concept of aesthetics in Greenway of Living kitchen and emphasize the importance of accepting imperfection to reduce our environmental impact. Our society values beauty, and this extends to our choices, even when grocery shopping. We lean towards flawless, visually appealing fruits, leaving the misshapen ones behind.
But we need to understand the consequences of this preference. The discarded “ugly” fruits end up in the trash, contributing to food waste and harming the environment. Choosing to accept imperfection in the kitchen is a significant step towards sustainability.By consciously opting for “ugly” fruits, we reduce food waste and preserve valuable resources. These fruits may not meet traditional aesthetic standards, but they are equally nutritious and delicious. opting for imperfection allows us to appreciate the true value of food beyond its appearance.
In Greenway of Living kitchen, we recognize the importance of making sustainable choices.
It’s a commitment to reducing our environmental impact and fostering a harmonious relationship with nature. By deliberately selecting “ugly” fruits and incorporating them into our meals, we contribute to the preservation of our planet and promote a more sustainable food system.the Greenway of Living kitchen challenges the notion of aesthetic perfectionand embraces imperfection as an opportunity for positive change. By choosing “ugly” fruits, we actively fight against food waste and reduce our environmental impact. Let’s remember that the beauty of food lies not only in its appearance but also in its nourishing qualities and the positive impact it can have on our planet. So, the next time you go to the supermarket, think beyond surface-level aesthetics and choose to bring home the imperfect fruits. By doing so, you become an advocate for sustainability, contributing to a greener future and showing that true beauty is found in embracing imperfection.


Hi. Welcome to all of you. Thank you for stopping by. My name is Rockia. I’m a World citizen. I’m on my path to reach a green way of living and I’m feeling honored and happy to share my way with you and to learn from yours .
I strongly believe that each one of us could be that positive change maker, we all are expecting, thereby improving his/her own life by refining our connection to the four pillars of a solid human foundation (Food, Body, Emotional Well-being, Spiritual Growth) while serving and impacting the life of others and the environment

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