How to pollution-proof your roast dinner

How to pollution-proof your roast dinner

It’s one of life’s great pleasures: spending a Sunday afternoon preparing a roast dinner with all the trimmings for family and friends. 

But this week we learned that preparing a traditional roast dinner with the kitchen windows shut – something most of us do in winter – causes the pollution levels inside our homes to become worse than central London on a congested day. The solution? We should boil our meat to lower indoor pollution levels, according to the researchers.

And you can forget about perfectly crisped roasties too: the researchers who worked on the study found that roasting vegetables to give them that delicious charred effect contributes greatly to indoor pollution levels, with Brussels…

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