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The Plastic Salad–Reducing Packaging Insanity

There is plastic in my salad. Please help me get it out. Housesitting for my parents, I raided the fridge to find a six pack of prepackaged salads. There was little else to eat so I cracked one open. The … Continue reading

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Stop Using Ziploc bags and Start Exploring the Alternatives

Resealable plastic bags (e.g. Ziploc) are truly amazing, and in certain aspects of convenience unrivaled for the modern consumer. They are cheap, durable, and can hold solid and liquid contents free of contamination in the refrigerator, freezer, or pantry. There … Continue reading

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Bottled Beverages

Bottling, particularly in plastic bottles, is terrible for the environment. This morning I witnessed a truck driver of a certain company driving a massive truck, likely post-delivery, and I thought he was smoking a cigarette. I quickly reflected and figured … Continue reading

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Plastic Bags

Plastic bags are a detriment to society. For the most part they offer convenience and nothing more. This is true of many disposable items, which I will address more broadly in another post. For now let’s focus on the plastic … Continue reading

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The Plastic Burden

I will write a lot about plastic. I love plastic, or rather hate it, or love thinking and talking about it. I fear that one day the plastics industry will come after me (little me) for writing about plastic in … Continue reading

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