8 Ways to Make Your Hanukkah More Eco-Friendly

Posted on November 27th, 2017

Green tips for the Festival of Lights.


Hanukkah is known as the Festival of Lights, thanks to the one-day supply of oil lasting a miraculous eight days. In the spirit of this resource-preserving miracle, here are eight suggestions from the Jewish environmental organization Hazon for making your Hanukkah celebration more environmentally sustainable.

Use locally grown potatoes and onions, and fry them in organic oil.
Potatoes and other root vegetables are in abundance during the winter, and buying food locally cuts down on the greenhouse gasses from transporting food. Stop by your local farmers market and stock up prior to making your Hanukkah latkes.

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Want more great Hanukkah ideas? Find articles, crafts, and recipes in our Hanukkah Guide.