Posts Tagged ‘plastic containers’
Don’t use plastic bar or food wrappers. Only use reusable water bottles. Location:Los Angeles, California, United StatesRead the full post.
Location:Beavercreek, Ohio, United StatesRead the full post.
Any and all. My big thing is yogurt cups. I love yogurt. I’m sure I’ll think of more as I keep on with this. Location:Beavercreek, Ohio, United StatesRead the full post.
I know mouthwash is not necessary but I am used to using it. Does anyone have a homemade recipe? Any suggestions for making homemade yogurt? I have heard of people using their ovens and crock pots but haven’t been brave enough to try it yet. Any suggestions for dental floss or a brand that isn’t […]Read the full post.
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What’s a graceful way to explain to people at the check out counter at a coffee shop or restaurant that I’m taking the Plastic Free Challenge so if they could refrain from serving me plastic that it would be appreciated? There’s sushi restaurant that I love, but they use styrofoam containers. I am tempted to […]Read the full post.
Ok, I have a small condition that forces me no not be able to drink chlorinated water at all. The tab water in Nashville contains chlorine, along with most bottled water. I have searched high and low to find one brand that doesn’t contain chlorine, and that is Deer Park. However, Deer Park water only […]Read the full post.
Any good suggestions on how to make your own mustard? Any good suggestions on a cup/glass you bring with you to parties when you don’t want a plastic one? I suppose I could bring a travel coffee mug and drink beer/wine out of it at a BBQ, but I wonder if there’s something more classy. […]Read the full post.
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What’s the best way to not get stickers and twisty ties when buying produce? I guess buying from the farmer’s market? I have some many twisty ties from kale and carrots purchases. Is there a way to buy tofu without the plastic? Location:Chicago, Illinois, United StatesRead the full post.
Know what I could do with polysterene packaging? Donate to art places? Anything else? Could you put that this was weeks 3 through 7? the form isn’t letting me. Location:, New Jersey, United StatesRead the full post.
I can’t think of any at the moment. Location:Loveland, Colorado, United StatesRead the full post.
How can I cut down my individual consumable items such as string cheese? Also since I work crazy hours (it’s D.C.) what convenience foods are available that have no plastic? Location:WASHINGTON, District of Columbia, United StatesRead the full post.
anything Location:Santa Ana, California, United StatesRead the full post.
What suggestions do you have for freezing fruits/veggies without plastic bags? Also, does anyone know if you can freeze yogurt? Our summer farmer’s market will allow your own containers for yogurt, but we eat yogurt all year, not just in summer. Thanks! Location:Denver, Colorado, United StatesRead the full post.
Any suggestions are welcome and appreciated, especially as it relates to sharing the need to go plastic-free with family, friends, and acquaintances without sounding “preachy.” Location:Denver, Colorado, United StatesRead the full post.
Does anybody know how can I make my own Greek style yogurt? Any amazing gluten-free pizza crust recipes out there? Location:, California, United StatesRead the full post.
How to anticipate surprise plastic in restaurants and cafes? IS there a law about having to give lids for paper cups in NY or anywhere? Better places for buying bulk in central NJ or NY? I know of some, but Unpackaged in London sounds like a dream. Ideas about, given the choice, to get plastic […]Read the full post.
When sharing food/other essentials with other people who don’t share your enthousiasm for living without waste, what do you do? Do you buy your salad separately if they buy it in a plastic container, so as not to waste? I think there’s a delicate balance between doing what you believe is right and alienating people […]Read the full post.