I've been posting new products as I find them on the New Finds page and I wanted to update on a couple of them because there is some good and some bad, or rather...disappointing.
First up - the good news - Tru Earth Laundry Strips. I've bought my second package and will continue to use them. No more lugging laundry soap, hooray! Ecotopia in Sidney sells them by the package or you can buy from the company direct on a auto-supply basis for a cost savings for families. I don't do that much laundry, so I would rather buy as I need, #supportlocal even though I pay a little more.
I'm still using the silk dental floss - it's been wonderful. And my fave bar soaps from SoapWorks are olive and the cucumber/calendula.
#newproducts #barsoap #refillstations #toothpaste
I started this post in January 2020 and since COVID-19, home baking has sky rocketed to the point that in early March flour and yeast became extinct species, eggs and butter were rationed and still the shelves are often bare of flour and yeast. It feels like a big score when you find some.
The two things that I find myself needing to remember, is that while I am still committed to ditching the plastic, I am also very thankful to the farmers and the various companies that provide baked goods. Hopefully post COVID-19 we will be able to purchase without plastic.
In the meantime, I want to share with you two recipes that have proven winners over and over and are super easy, I am a lazy baker, so they are Pauline Proofed! The recipes have been adjusted to work in an 8 cup Cuisinart Food Processor. I told you...easy! :)
I finally got to finishing this post, as I'm waiting for my bread to rise and just popped in the oven. I was really lazy today and did no pinching...it rose much higher today and I've got gaps! So...maybe pinch!
#lazybaker #homemade #baguette #energybars #chocolatefix #nutlover
Sharing the discoveries of how to #ditchtheplastic in our lives.