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What about butter? The wrapping seems metallic but….???
Location:Deschambault, Quebec, Canada
Name: Anny Frechette
Stay at home mom. One children at home, sometimes two… with a part time husband (working far away).
I’m a fashion designer (trying to be eco friendly as much as possible) working at home.
Sorry for my english… I’m a french canadian! :)
Anny Frechette’s personal blog: http://annymay.com
List of plastic items REFUSED this week. (Yay!)
shopping bag, vegetable bags
Total items collected: 54
8 individual salad fruit
1 kiwi box
1 mayonnaise pot
1 water bottle
1 oil bottle
3 bread bags
2 popsicle bags
1 ice cream seal
1 frozen limonade seal
1 spaghetti windows
2 milk lids
3 bread bag clips
1 7up seal
8 individual salad fruit lids
2 kleenex windows
1 tortellini package
1 ham package
1 mayonnaise lid
3 candy packages
3 bottle lids
7 miscellaneous wrappers for food
What items can I easily replace with plastic free or less plastic alternatives?
popsicle bags, individual salad fruit, kiwi box, water bottle, oil bottle, frozen limonade
What items would I be willing to give up if a plastic free alternative doesn’t exist?
What items are essential and seem to have no plastic-free alternative?
kleenex (I’m not ready to use reusable and lavable)
What lifestyle change(s) might be necessary to reduce my plastic consumption?
Make my own bread. Made my first today! :)
I have to find oil in glass bottle (other than olive oil)
Find a bucher….
What one plastic item am I willing to give up or replace this week?
I made homemade mayonnaise and limonade!
No more of these in my grocery…. ;)
What other conclusions, if any, can I draw?
I have great time in my kitchen this week making mayonnaise, limonade and bread! I’m very happy of these new lifestyle changes! :)
I followed the instructions of a recipe I had.
I thought it was difficult too... but it was easy.
Beth is having a recipe in her book. Quite similar to mine.
The most important thing is to add the oil very slowly.
You should try again, this is so exciting to succeed!