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My first thought was how great to store all my freezer vegetables as I'm collecting enough to make homemade stock. Easy open, no freezer burn, large space--perfect! Thanks for doing the giveaway; if selected, I'd prefer the larger container. I assume since I signed in through livefyre that you have my email address rather than posting for all the world to see.


Happy Holidays,

Theresa Palmer

10 months, 1 week ago on My Favorite Airtight Stainless Steel Kitchen Container

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1-4 are all false. I teach graduate social work students and am proposing we host a booth at next year's Earth Day Fair in our city. It would be fun and inspiring to have the entire booth focused on plastic-free living aiming for zero waste. To have your book at the booth for people to look through (with a sign indicating they could purchase an e-version) would be awesome. I do hope I'm chosen to receive the book as the campaign for my local library to purchase it has failed.

1 year, 6 months ago on Win a Plastic-Free Book! Take the Quiz & Make a Pledge

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Check out the very interesting novel Ill Wind by Kevin J. Anderson and Doug Beason about a microbe that was designed to clean up oil spills but ends up consuming anything that's petrocarbon-based. It was a great read for plastic-free enthusiasts.

2 years, 5 months ago on Plastic-Eating Fungi: Environmental Salvation or Distraction?

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Shaklee sells the following to clean your face plastic-free:  Meadow Blend Soap-Free Cleansing Bar. It comes in a paperboard box without any plastic wrap on the inside or outside, it smells heavenly, and works well. I also just bought their dryer sheets which don't come wrapped in any plastic and can be thrown in the paper recycling bin after use. 

2 years, 5 months ago on Plastic-Free Progress Report: Sarah Schmiechen

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We don't have a lot of money so when my 2 1/2 year old nephew Ziggy moved in with us and it was clear he had a drummer's heart, my husband bound together several empty cardboard canisters, stuffed old rags into them, and presented him with his new set of "bongo drums." He was thrilled! I also took an empty cardboard box and carved a face into it jack-o-lantern style. Thus was born "Robot Box Monster." Ziggy and I have had hours of fun running around the house with Robot Box Monster on our heads--a fun, free, creative homemade toy that will quickly break down for recycling when we're done with it.

2 years, 6 months ago on Give-Away: Cate & Levi Toys and Puppets from Recycled Sweaters

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