zero waste in the kitchen

3 thoughts on “zero waste in the kitchen”

  1. Thanks for sharing the message and spreading the word! I hope more people think about waste reduction. I’ve been thinking of making beeswax wraps to cover my food but don’t know if they are effective/safe. Do you know of any alternatives to plastic wrap to cover food?

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    1. I have beeswax wraps but i find i don’t use them much. What i do use are thick silicon lids that go on bowls. They seal out air and are great for bowls of all sizes (i got mine at ikea)

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  2. Such great suggestions!! I’ve made several of the same changes over the last decade. I think the most impactful has been buying 90% of groceries from the local farmer’s market and reusing the same tote bags. No waste! Recently, we transitioned to Stasher silicone “ziplock” bags and they’re amazing for snacks and pre-cut fruit/veggies. A little pricey, but I would highly recommend.

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