A very common question for Fake Plastic Fish is what to use to store food in the freezer. Until now, I didn’t have an awesome answer. As you can see, I have been reusing Michael’s old plastic cottage cheese containers. And reusing plastic bags. I wrote about all the plastic we were reusing a year [...]Read the full post.
Last night, I had a wonderful meal with some new friends who are working to create an alternative online community. We ate at Red Sea, an Eritrean/Ethiopian restaurant down the street from me. As we sat before a giant communal platter of food: meats, vegetables, lentils, fish, all spread across sour injera bread, I marveled [...]Read the full post.
Going plastic-free has not been a huge burden, for the most part. We’ve got awesome bulk foods stores here in the Bay Area and farmer’s markets, and most shops are happy to package purchases or leftovers in my reusable containers. But a few changes I’ve made have been actual sacrifices, and ordering iced drinks without [...]Read the full post.
Just woke up from a long summer’s nap. Here’s the tally. But please stick around for a few questions afterward. Plastic items used this week but purchased before the plastic project began: 2 filthy skanky disgusting synthetic sponges. I think I’ve gotten way more use out of them than they were ever meant to have. [...]Read the full post.
Just when all kinds of exciting things are happening, I’m feeling under the weather (physically) and need to recharge and refocus. So, I’m going to take a little blog break until next week. I know, I teased you on Sunday. Don’t worry. I have a fun post up my sleeve. But it will have to [...]Read the full post.
Arya can has plastic? Well, after cooping you up in a cage for so long, I wish I could give you anything you want. But no, little kitty, u cant has plastic. Give it back pleeze. Okay, here’s this week’s tally. Plastic items used this week but purchased before the plastic project began: 1 prescription [...]Read the full post.