Miezwohnung in MönchengladbachContemporary , Dusseldorf

Stephanie Schetter © 2015 Houzz

This is an example of a contemporary home design in Dusseldorf. —  Houzz
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vanessalwalker
Vanessa Walker added this to A Room-by-Room Guide to Reducing Plastics in Your Home28 Jan 2019

2. When you buy food, take your own containers So much food is packed in soft plastics that are difficult (although not impossible) to recycle, end up in landfill and, in extreme cases, can leach phthalates into food. Much of this packaging can be avoided by shopping in person at bulk stores. Different to ‘buying in bulk’, a bulk food store allows you to fill your own containers. Not only does this let you reuse your own glass or stainless-steel containers, you can purchase the exact amount you need, thereby avoiding waste and saving you money.

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sharron_f
Sharron Ferreira added this to Not Using Plastics23 Mar 2019

Jars - take your own when shopping- they need to start introducing this here

lcourtie
lcourtie added this to Tips21 Apr 2018

Start shopping from the bulk bins. Purchasing food from the bulk bins means you buy just as much as you need (and avoid wasting food) and cut way down on the amount of bulky packaging you bring home. This is especially helpful when trying new ingredients for the first time — you can make a recipe once and not worry about getting stuck with an entire container of a (pricey) grain or spice you don’t love.

beautifythehome
beautifythehome added this to Lifestyles21 Jan 2018

Start shopping from the bulk bins. Purchasing food from the bulk bins means you buy just as much as you need (and avoid wasting food) and cut way down on the amount of bulky packaging you bring home.

madmama
madmama added this to madmama's ideas6 Jan 2018

4. Start shopping from the bulk bins. Purchasing food from the bulk bins means you buy just as much as you need (and avoid wasting food) and cut way down on the amount of bulky packaging you bring home. This is especially helpful when trying new ingredients for the first time — you can make a recipe once and not worry about getting stuck with an entire container of a (pricey) grain or spice you don’t love.Find kitchen storage containers

27220619rm
27220619rm added this to 27220619rm's Ideas6 Jan 2018

4. Start shopping from the bulk bins. Purchasing food from the bulk bins means you buy just as much as you need (and avoid wasting food) and cut way down on the amount of bulky packaging you bring home. This is especially helpful when trying new ingredients for the first time — you can make a recipe once and not worry about getting stuck with an entire container of a (pricey) grain or spice you don’t love.Find kitchen storage containers

bedette88
Bernadette added this to Millstone3 Jan 2018

4. Start shopping from the bulk bins. Purchasing food from the bulk bins means you buy just as much as you need (and avoid wasting food) and cut way down on the amount of bulky packaging you bring home. This is especially helpful when trying new ingredients for the first time — you can make a recipe once and not worry about getting stuck with an entire container of a (pricey) grain or spice you don’t love.Find kitchen storage containers

greig11
greig11 added this to Dream Kitchens3 Jan 2018

an idea for the pantry... could put a shelf over the counter area and place our glass jars there.

shingaling
Shing Ingram added this to Storage3 Jan 2018

4. Start shopping from the bulk bins. Purchasing food from the bulk bins means you buy just as much as you need (and avoid wasting food) and cut way down on the amount of bulky packaging you bring home. This is especially helpful when trying new ingredients for the first time — you can make a recipe once and not worry about getting stuck with an entire container of a (pricey) grain or spice you don’t love.Find kitchen storage containers

lagunaaire
Claire Fanarof added this to Wish List3 Jan 2018

4. Start shopping from the bulk bins. Purchasing food from the bulk bins means you buy just as much as you need (and avoid wasting food) and cut way down on the amount of bulky packaging you bring home. This is especially helpful when trying new ingredients for the first time — you can make a recipe once and not worry about getting stuck with an entire container of a (pricey) grain or spice you don’t love.Find kitchen storage containers

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