I'm always looking to cut down on disposables, and I've recently picked up a few things that have helped me cut down on waste around the kitchen. Simple things like a ball of twine or a bag clip can both cut down on food waste and the amount of plastic it may take to preserve something. Check out a full listing of these items after the jump.
1. Milk Bottle, $26 from Old Faithful Shop. Vintage bottle with a ceramic topper for an airtight seal.
2. Coffee Buzz Reusable Sandwich Bag, $7 from bellsandunicorns.
3. Jute Twine Dispenser, $20 from Terrain. Twine is so simple, but can really come in handy when it comes to a quick solution. I use it for sealing up paper bags with popcorn kernels in the bag.
4. Abeego Square Wrap, $15 each. Natural, reusable food storage made from hemp/cotton fabric, and infused with a blend of beeswax and plant extracts.
5. Set of 2 L Weck Jars, $14 from Terrain. A classic canning jar that's perfect for storing jams and jellies.
6. Tiffin from Denovo Overseas. Can't find any purchase information on this, so a similar option would be to get this tiffin from Green Home.
7. Farmer's Market Basket, Small Square, $14 from Anthropologie.
8. Nifty Napkins, $32 from Anthropologie.
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