Posts Tagged ‘plastic lids’

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July 17, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Paul Kane, Week 1

My biggest challenge is finding the time to make stuff like nut milks, tofu (which i’ve never made), cat food, toothpaste, soy yoghurt, etc. I guess if anyone has any tips on how they are able to juggle making whatever it is they make week after week to avoid plastic, I’d love to hear them […]

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July 4, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Anny Frechette, Week 3

I found juice in cans. Since we have a deposit program on aluminium cans, is this a good alternative? Location:Deschambault, Quebec, Canada

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June 28, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Anny Frechette, Week 2

Location:Deschambault, Quebec, Canada

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April 29, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Bonnie Raymond, Week 0

any and all also any suggestions on an earth friendly dish soap? Location:Chester, Vermont, United States

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March 23, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Pat Clancy, Week 7

How can I determine whether things are made of cellophane or plastic? For instance, the bag inside of the cereal box, or the see-through bags of granola, the window on the paper bread bag, etc.? Beth has made me think about all these things, and my count this week is higher than ever! Location:Lisle, Illinois, […]

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March 7, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Zeenya Zepeda, Week 1

Location:, California, United States

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March 7, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Valerie Teruel, Week 1

I’m keeping my old laundry detergent bottles, to reuse when I make my own laundry soap. Does anyone have a recipe that they use? Same with toothpaste, I’m looking for a home made powder, any suggestions of tried and true recipe Location:Chicago, Illinois, United States

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March 7, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Pat Clancy, Week 5

I keep learning here about more things that are plastic that I wasn’t aware of before, so the number of items in my tally goes up instead of down in spite of changes being made. What can I do about mail that comes in window envelopes? I have one plastic magazine sleeve this week from […]

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March 5, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Jessica , Week 1

how do i get the Greek yogurt and fruit juice i want for my smoothies? Location:santa Cruz, California, United States

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February 23, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Pat Clancy, Week 3

Location:, Illinois, United States

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February 23, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Pat Clancy, Week 2

Location:, Illinois, United States

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February 22, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Kristin Overton, Week 46

What’s your favorite non-plastic food storage container? or Can someone in the US “angel” some of these to me so that I don’t have to buy whole new products: https://www.anchoronline.com/replacements.html Location:Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

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February 20, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Nan, Week 7

Vegan ice cream? My homemade versions are pretty bad. Location:Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

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February 9, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Pat Clancy, Week 1

I’d like to know what some items are made of – what kind of plastic, and whether it can be recycled. Food and medicine packaging are everywhere every day, and much of it goes in the trash because I can’t identify it. Location:Lisle, Illinois, United States

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January 9, 2012

Plastic Challenge: Nan, Week 1

Right now I’m struggling with time and energy to cook and bake from scratch, and also struggling with finding supplements/vitamins (very expensive and some hard to find in glass). Location:Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

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January 31, 2011

Dana Blinder, Rodale.com, Week 1

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January 29, 2011

Plastic Challenge: Rebecca M, Week 2

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