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A Still-Flexible Alternative To Plastic Freezer Bags, Tin Foil? Good Question

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by Cambria Bold (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Jun 15, 2011

Q: I've been trying to reduce plastic for some time now. I'm worried about health issues but it's also the waste issue that worries me. However, I've still kept those plastic items that I already had.




 

 

6a010535fc1a27970c0148c8557a93970c-200wi.jpegQ: I've been trying to reduce plastic for some time now. I'm worried about health issues but it's also the waste issue that worries me. However, I've still kept those plastic items that I already had. (I thought that throwing it away would only be to make more garbage.) For example, I use plastic (Tupperware) for the freezer, and also freezer bags for pre-steam-cooked veggies or sauces/jam, pizza dough, etc. I was about to buy some Pyrex with lid last week when I suddenly realized the lid was plastic. So, my questions: What's an eco-friendly and nice substitute for plastic freezer bags that are still manageable and mouldable? And what about a still-mouldable eco-friendly substitute for foil?



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