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I don’t know if I’m the only one who gets anxiety trying to cook, clean, bake and NOT think about how I’m impacting the environment.
Now-a-days it’s normal to plastic-wrap your food, then store it in plastic, cover that in plastic and chuck all of that in a plastic bag with a lovely plastic ribbon to finish it off. AHH! Meanwhile, you’ve got the faucet dumping rivers into your drain as you scrub your dishes with *soon-to-be* landfill sponges and a toxic soap that smells like a paint-can. Alright… I may have dramatized it just a little, but I’ve got to make a point! Read more