Do you use plastic as food container?

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Re: Do you use plastic as food container?

Post by juliamenez » 31 Jul 2018, 21:28

I currently use some plastic, but I am trying to move towards more glass storage. I just feel bad throwing out plastic containers if it can still be reused somehow.

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Post by Nozaif ali » 02 Aug 2018, 14:24

No I not use plastic as food container

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Post by Hollyrobb42 » 03 Aug 2018, 04:10

I use a lot of plastic Tupperware although all of it is, of course, reusable and I’ve had them for many years. I think I shy away from glass ones due to them being a bit more fragile (and plastic just seems easier in my opinion). I know we should be cutting back on plastic use, but as all my containers are not single-use I won’t be replacing them immediately.

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Post by Noraine Alissa Poria » 10 Oct 2018, 22:43

We don't have money to buy glassware, so we use plastik even though we know that its unhealthy.

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Post by Shince Peter » 11 Oct 2018, 01:25

Plastics are dangerous makes lots of environmental issues as well as harmful to human.When plastics are burned lots of carbon monoxide arises its a poisones gas.When we resperate this gas its effect our lungs, cells, heart etc. Plastics are also cause to cancer It cannot be disposed in nature.The only way is recycle plastics

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Post by Bg_star » 15 Oct 2018, 22:40

Well unfortunately yes and I'm not going to lie that is it impossible to replace them all, because the men in my house reject caring glass tappers.

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Post by CinWin » 23 Oct 2018, 21:35

Wow - I haven't heard that! I have a gazillion tuperware containers. What a drag. :doh:
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Post by Zimall » 31 Oct 2018, 06:49

I still use plastic containers for food storage and it seems impossible to replace them with fragile glass containers.

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