What do you bring to go zero waste grocery shopping?

What do you bring to go zero waste grocery shopping- - Green Indy Blog.

Zero waste grocery shopping is one of the best ways to drastically cut down on your waste. Not only is food more packaged than ever, but there’s a constant push to toss your (plastic-wrapped) grocery items into more plastic. So I mean, I know we all know disposable plastic bags are bad right? Yet a majority of people still insist on using plastic bags every time they shop. I’m here to not-so-gently say: get over it and figure out how to stop using plastic bags.

Zero waste ginger beer recipe

A zero waste ginger beer recipe - Green Indy Blog

I love having a cocktail at the end of a long day. I also love a good mimosa for a weekend brunch. I don’t want to give you the impression I’m out here drink all the time, but I am a big believer that a drink can complement just about any event or meal. Having got that out of the way, let’s talk zero waste alcohol. Alcohol, by nature, is fairly low-waste on the consumer end: glass bottles and metal caps make for easy reuse or recycling. That being said, the production of alcohol itself is not particularly low impact. …

Zero waste DIY: reusable food wrap

Zero waste DIY- reusable food wrap - Green Indy Blog

One of the handy little things I carry in my everyday zero waste essentials kit is a reusable food wrap. It’s basically a little handkerchief with a wax cover. If I’m carrying something small or . Your delicious goody of choice can be dropped right onto the food wrap which you can then use as a plate. Or, best of all, you can take it to go by making a little snack package. (Just fold the beeswax wrap into a pouch and warm it up in your hands to seal it.) I’d like to say there’s usually something utilitarian and …