Selections From The LifeEdited Project Show How To Live With Less In Style and Comfort

Why Small Fridges Make Good Cities

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There is in fact a huge overlap between TreeHugger and LifeEdited; they were both founded by Graham Hill, and the project was originally featured on TreeHugger before it moved to its own website. Here, David picks up on what I consider to be one of my great discoveries, Donald Chong's concept kitchen “Small Fridges Make Good Cities.” Chong's thesis is that we eat a healthier, fresher diet if we shop every day; we support our community by shopping locally. More in LifeEdited

More in TreeHugger on Small Fridges:
Small Fridges Make Good Cities
Small Fridges Make Good Cities: Oprah Tours Fridges in Copenhagen
Can Big Kitchens Be Green?