5 Food Storage Alternatives to Single-Use Plastics
Ditch your ziplock for one of these more environmentally friendly smart food storage options.
Awareness of single-use plastics and the harm they cause is at an all-time high. Here are 5 environmentally friendly, practical and attractive ways to package.
Malleable enough to go around the tops of bowls, these can be washed and used over and over to wrap cheese, sandwiches, bread and other room-temperature or cold foods.
These are rustically handsome and far more functional than plastic bags, providing root vegetables the dark, dry environment they crave. Look for the ones with a removable cotton liner for easy cleaning.
Although generally pricier than plastic, they last longer, are dishwasher safe and have convenient snap-on lids. Choose tempered glass or food-grade stainless steel.
No easier way to make yogurt or a salad camera-ready. Inexpensive and versatile, larger jars are great for storing grains and flours in your pantry.
Platinum silicone is a derivative of sand, and these see-through bags can be written or drawn on. Besides fun, they’re also freezer-, microwave- and dishwasher-safe.