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Learn how to reduce plastic waste with these nifty eco friendly products for the kitchen! I’ve got 11 reusable alternatives to plastic kitchen essentials to share, specifically SINGLE USE plastic alternatives to help reduce waste at home.

From reusable produce bags & reusable sandwich bags, to biodegradable bags for kitchen trash, beeswax wraps as an alternative to plastic wrap, reusable bamboo straws and SO much more.

Whether you’re aiming for a full-blown zero waste lifestyle or are just curious about the possibility of living plastic free (IS it even possible??)—the KITCHEN can be a huge source of plastic waste. Which means we all have a chance to make a difference!

A TOTALLY plastic free kitchen doesn’t have to be the goal…even small changes add up. (And let’s be real, eco friendly can be expensive.) Just do what you can, do your best, and do what’s sustainable for YOUR lifestyle!

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Relevant Resources:
★ Target Meal Prep https://youtu.be/xiFaPkKmwgo
★ 5 Minute Healthy Breakfast Ideas https://youtu.be/4Lb9dV_S_vA
★ How to Reduce Food Waste at Home https://bit.ly/2K749iE

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► STASHER REUSABLE SILICONE BAG (LG, 1/2 GAL): https://amzn.to/2SOdBM5
► BEESWAX WRAPS (SOLID COLORS): https://amzn.to/2Xr0hhb
► BEESWAX WRAPS (PATTERNED): https://amzn.to/2ZDSGgz
► COMPOSTABLE 13-GAL TRASH BAGS: https://amzn.to/2zWmREX
► STAINLESS STEEL STRAWS: https://amzn.to/2ItWT2y
► BAMBOO DRINKING STRAWS: https://amzn.to/2IJUr4C
► MESH REUSABLE PRODUCE BAGS: https://amzn.to/2JQseeI
► COTTON REUSABLE BULK BIN BAGS: https://amzn.to/2YcZp00

Other Storage Containers in this video:
► 16OZ MASON JARS: http://amzn.to/2DYPxgX
► 32OZ MASON JARS: http://amzn.to/2Dnz4lW
► 2OZ CANNING JARS: http://amzn.to/2HDJFvc
► 12OZ CANNING JARS: http://amzn.to/2HGZSzR

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Mind Over Munch says:

What’s one thing you do to cut down on waste!? Let’s share and learn from each other!

suman mishra says:

After long, a sensible review. Good for you, keep it up

Alisa Bucarciuc says:

You are beutifull, long hair looks iven nicer for you

Kim Luther says:

Jesus you say check your privilege but sis I live in A country where we don’t even have handles on trash bags and you’re complaining about not having handles just be happy you even have an alternative

Stephanie M says:

I noticed that you mentioned a few times about feeling like you're compromising or you're worried about convenience. Lower/zero waste is not about convenience. Many many things we do are routine. They're comfortable. Just like single use plastics. Most people don't want to get out of their comfort zone. It's okay if an alternative to plastic trash bags doesn't have draw strings. It's about it not being plastic. Yes you may have to actually physically tie it but again it's about the health of our world. That's a huge reason we still produce so much waste. Because people are whiney about low/zero waste being inconvenient. It's not about us. It's about the poor animals we are hurting and about the world we're destroying at an amazing rate. I feel like your comments would really deter people from even trying.

DeLinda Williams says:

I reuse plastic bags and bottles to store nuts,beans,grains etc. Reuse yogurt containers for snacks,and wash zip lock bags. Anything I can wash and reuse,that's what I do. Doing my best is the goal.

DeLinda Williams says:

😂😂😂snap,snap,snap Alicia! You are so right,do the best you can.

Meghan Schiedel says:

I love your approach to this. Moderation and doing your best!

MutantAgenda112 songs says:

I watched a whole dad for you

Laika says:

The biodegradable/compostable bags thatstart breaking down in your home are the true biodegradable/compostable bags. The ones that hold up need specific conditions to break down

Sarah Robert says:

Very interesting

Bhavani Sana says:

Your voice is too good

Jessie Blucker says:

Well said 👏🏻

Saloni Sharma says:

These things r so costly

Ranjana Pant Joshi says:

So many new product..it's good..but I wonder why don't you use steel lunch boxes ..n steel plates to cover the food in the fridge..use silicon things only where steel doesn't work.

Tech Gang says:

Thank u for ur videos I've learned so much

Hometastics says:

I love these kind of stuff in my kitchen but hopefully I can order online in affordable prices so I can buy many.

June H says:

Most people are not doing the best they can. Sorry.

anri44444 k0 says:

So practical, I love your solution

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