That’s my fridge.
It’s pretty full (that’s normal).
Yes, that’s a lot of eggs (sometimes there’s more).
I took this photo because I thought it was starting to look like "Pyrex world" in there. You have glass storage containers in your house, right? They should pay me for a commercial here, seriously.
You’re actually supposed to be over at Green Your Way reading my post about plastic wrap alternatives now instead of ogling at the contents of my refrigerator. I’m sharing 7 solutions to cover things so you’re not even tempted to use plastic wrap.
This photo is the spoiler on number 7: Just Use Lids.
I promise that’s the only "duh" option. From the article:
Reduce, reuse, recycle has long been the green battle cry to save the earth.
With some things, there’s really only one option.
Plastic wrap, for example.
The die hard environmentalists among you (and I count myself in that number) may try to reuse plastic wrap. You know that even re-covering the same dish is usually foiled: if the plastic wrap doesn’t fold in on itself and become a battle you’ll fight for five minutes before declaring its victory on the way to the trash can. Then, surely some well-meaning party-goer will clean up and swipe away all the plastic wrap and aluminum foil that is not tied down, even the ones you carefully placed “food side up” off to the side.
You can’t recycle it, either. So, the only end game for plastic wrap is to reduce how often you rely on it.
I laugh when I notice that I have not one, but two backup boxes of plastic wrap, because I’ve been working on the same box for over four years now.
CLICK HERE to read how I creatively avoid covering food with plastic wrap…
Don’t forget to check out the $1800 in giveaways we’ve got going through tomorrow night, and watch this week as well for a pretty sweet sale on desserts!
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