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I just wanted to say that you saved one of my hoodie! The zipper broke suddenly and if I didn't remember your post, I would have toss it. I feel so powerful now that I can repair zippers (even though it was so easy hehe)

3 weeks, 1 day ago on Learning How to Fix a Broken Zipper Saved My Plastic Backpack

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My boyfriend took more than 8 hours repairing our printer. He's so patient! I told him I would not have had that patience. He literally saved our printer!

On my repair to-do list is most of our reusable grocery bags, I just never take the time to sew the seams back together. There is also a pair of my boyfriend's jeans but I need to buy ironing patches. There are just so many things that we need to repair but we don't because we live without, sigh! I see a laundry basket in the featured articles and we are using our broken laundry basket for 7 years now.

3 months, 1 week ago on Learning How to Fix a Broken Zipper Saved My Plastic Backpack

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Totally off-topic but it's the same problem with dairy. I'm not eating dairy anymore but when I was, I tried to buy organic dairy because I thought the animals would be treated better (and also because it would be better for my health) but that's not the case at all. Even if the milking cow are treated better, they still need to have calves for them to produce milk and most of them are sold to veal producers. These veal producers can have the worst kind of treatment for the calf. Let me tell you I stopped eating veal at once when I learned about what they do.

6 months ago on Male Chicks Macerated for Our Eggs — But We CAN Take Action!

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@BethTerry @yuki1 Ahh that's what I thought was the case, I don't understand why there is such a law! What reasons do they give, do you know? I live in Quebec by the way.

6 months, 1 week ago on Reducing Plastic by Staying Healthy

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I also thought that lack of fibres was my problem, but it was not. It was as simple as stopping eating dairy. Now, all people are different, so I can't guarantee anything. ^.^ 

As for prescription pills, what works for me is reusing the same bottle each month I buy it. Maybe it's not everywhere they agree to do that?

Also the brand of supplement I buy comes in a glass bottle and metal cap but sadly the paper label is lined with plastic.

6 months, 1 week ago on Reducing Plastic by Staying Healthy

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If you slice it yourself it's really hard but all the bakeries I know offer sliced loafs. Is it still too thick? You should ask for the thin setting, there is normally two settings.

Anyway, I agree with your family and I can't eat sandwiches with sliced loafs. My solution is pita. It's harder to find without plastic though. I hope I helped!

7 months ago on My Favorite Airtight Stainless Steel Kitchen Container

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I would use it to freeze muffins. Right not I use an old plastic tupperware because I was sure there were no containers big enough on the market! You can also use it to freeze cookies or berries.

Geneviève

yuki [at] michelf [dot] com

7 months ago on My Favorite Airtight Stainless Steel Kitchen Container

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It was my husband telling me that he was hearing my eyes blink. ^.^

1 year ago on Conversation @ http://spaceshipsandlaserbeams.com/blog/2013/06/free-stuff/splash-cash-1200-giveaway

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