An everyday activity: making soup

I did an interview and filled out a logbook with http://www.suslabnwe.eu/ on home energy use. One of the activities was to document and take pictures of an everyday activity which was much easier to do as a blog post hence this post. Apologies if this bores you to tears!

Why did you do this activity

I made soup because I was hungry after work and had load of vegetables in the fridge that needed cooking!

Steps

Here are the step involved in me making soup:

  • Turns the lights over the kitchen work area (I usually leave half the kitchen lights off)
  • Read the recipe on my iPhone
  • Take vegetables out of the fridge
  • Turn the radio on
  • Boil some water in the kettle (usually takes two boils to fill the pot)
  • Open the window so the kitchen doesn’t stink up
  • Turn on the extractor fan
  • Set the timer
  • Put the stuff in the pot and stick the lid on the pot
  • Blend the soup using the hand blender

Pictures

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This is obviously pretty banal but it is eye opening just how many electrical and energy related things are involved in such a mundane activity.

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