Sunday, September 2, 2018

Zero Waste Vegan Pantry, Part 1


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4 comments:

  1. We have some mason jars but still a lot of plastic. This is really good info and I will be trying to change more pantry storage over to glass. I am also on the search for a water bottle. I have a neurological condition with problems with hypersensitive nerves in my throat so I need to always carry water to sip to calm them. At the moment I have a plastic bottle.

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    1. We use HydroFlask...it's 18/8 stainless steel and keeps hot things hot and cold things cold. https://www.hydroflask.com It does have a plastic cap, however. You can find some other stainless steel water bottles that have metal caps.

      Thank you for your message and sharing your story!

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  2. Great tips! Important to note that the transition can be made over time when you have the resources. And love looking for finds at thrift or antique stores! Looking forward to a composting post!

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    1. Absolutely! I wanted to get rid of the plastic restaurant bins en masse, so that prompted the overhaul at once, but is can certainly be a gradual transition. Garage sales, thrift stores, and antique stores are wonderful places to get glass and metal storage containers. In fact, I got a great pale pink Depression-glass refrigerator container and glass quart milk jug at an estate sale yesterday—for a grand total of $3! Those kind of finds are my favorite!

      Composting post will be later this month. I’m glad you’re looking forward to it.

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