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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:53 AM
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by becky last modified Mar 09, 2011

Number One Pain Point The biggest challenge of living with a kitchen remodeling project isn’t how to pay for it.  It’s how to live without it. More specifically, how will you clean your dishes? Bathroom sinks are not meant for casserole dishes or pilsner glasses. & after you wash them, where do they dry? 2 [...]




 

 

World Centric biodegradable plates

Number One Pain Point

The biggest challenge of living with a kitchen remodeling project isn’t how to pay for it.  It’s how to live without it. More specifically, how will you clean your dishes?

Bathroom sinks are not meant for casserole dishes or pilsner glasses. & after you wash them, where do they dry?

2 birds, 1 stone

Yeah, using dishes is a Good Thing for the planet, in theory, since you’re not filling up a trash bag with used ones.

A better way to survive a renovation might be to take the opportunity to learn to compost. Instead of doing dishes in that teeny bathroom sink,  what if you used biodegradable munchware & integrated it right into the compost with the food scraps?

composting plates

World Centric has a nice variety of compostable plates, bowls, & flatware. They also have a comprehensive FAQ which includes:

Learning is the opposite of worry*

A nice benefit of doing the compost thing while the kitchen reno is underway: you get to watch the compost pile do its thing. A nice distraction from the predominant sensation of not having a functional kitchen for a couple of weeks.

AND you’ll have a great treat for the soil in that garden, whose harvests you can cook in the new kitchen!

*It is for me, at least. YMMV


 

 

 
 
 

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