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I have wanted one of these for a long time, but don't have the funds at the moment to buy one. I would use it for a lot of things, but mostly to transport food items to potlucks, to freeze large quantities of berries, to freeze muffins and larger baked goods, and to store bread. In other words, the container would always be full so would be hard to have just one - but one will do to start :-) 


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

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I too have my vices - though I purposely don't keep them secret.  I am known to most of my family and friends as the most devoted environmentalist and social activist they know....yet....I am 'addicted' to McDonald's french fries!  Granted I only eat them a few times a year, but I love them.  Years ago (before I knew as much as I do now) I found I could replicate the fries with a certain mix of spices and McCains skinny fries --- but McCains is at least equally as shameful a company as McDonalds and of course the fries come in plastic.  I stick to eating the fries at McD's a few time a year.  Most of my friends and family know of this addiction --- however, I only ever indulge in them while alone :-)  and always hope I won't run into someone I know while in McDonalds - which is why I am more likely to buy them when I am in a different town. I think it is funny that I don't mind people knowing, but still go out of my way to be sure no one catches me while doing it.  

1 year, 9 months ago on Confession of an Anti-Plastic Activist Caught Red-Handed With a BPA-Lined Can

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I asked my library to pre-order it already, will check to see if it has been done.  I just sent you an email about a presentation way up in BC, I wrote a letter to the editor a few months back that included your blog, I have mentioned your site to lots of friends and rave about it often with people I just meet, will like your book on Facebook as soon as I post this.  I would love a copy of your book - though I am most likely to read it and then place it on the free shelf at our local library - so that others can enjoy your wisdom and learn how to loose their addiction. 

2 years, 1 month ago on Plastic-Free Book Officially Launched. Help Spread the Word!

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