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Which Plastics to Never Use with Food

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Melissa Breyer

Melissa Breyer is a writer and editor with a background in sustainable living, specializing in food, science and design. She is the co-author of True Food (National Geographic) and has edited and written for regional and international books and periodicals, including The New York Times Magazine. Melissa lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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5:51AM PDT on Apr 26, 2015

interesting

9:12AM PDT on Apr 25, 2015

best is to eat straight in the shop :))))
no bags
no containers
just imagine

( i am kidding :))))) )

3:46PM PDT on Apr 24, 2015

Thanks for sharing.

3:34PM PDT on Apr 24, 2015

So, is a place like Lakeland good to buy from. . .?

8:18PM PDT on Apr 23, 2015

But I have to have something to put food in to freeze it for later use. Is aluminum the answer?

7:45PM PDT on Apr 23, 2015

Certainly, plastic and food doesn't really mix at all.
Interesting article.

9:49PM PST on Feb 26, 2015

A lot of people on this post say to use glass. Well that's no good to freeze food in. It's a pain in the bum - you have to watch what you eat, where the source is - and then what to store food in. Does it never end.

7:11AM PST on Feb 12, 2015

thank you

9:30AM PST on Dec 19, 2014

TY

12:54AM PST on Dec 18, 2014

Thank you for posting.

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