This month I am going to concentrate on kitchen tools that help to save the environment. I live in Los Angeles where we are required to bring our own bags to the market which is the best start on your road to reducing your carbon foot print. Here are a few other ideas:

PURIFYOU REUSABLE MESH PRODUCE BAGS / Produce Bags, Set of 9, with Soft Pastel Color-Coded Tags, Two Large 12x17in, Five Medium 12x14in, and Two Small 12x8in are a great find to avoid those plastic produce bags at the market. These mesh bags are machine washable and are made in a facility free from harmful chemicals. I like that with every purchase, a portion of this company’s profit is donated to help promote sustainable living around the world.

GLASSLOCK 18-PIECE OVEN-SAFE CONTAINER SET: containers are good in the microwave, freezer, dishwasher, and yes, the oven too. The containers are made of natural products that are eco-friendly and recyclable. They are BPS-free and do not contain and harmful environmental hormones.

TEGION WIDE REUSABLE SILICONE STRAWS WITH BRUSH: are reusable and eco-friendly silicone straws that come with a brush for easy cleaning and are dishwasher-safe. The pack comes in 6 stunning colors to help you keep track of drinks for parties.

BLUE AVOCADO RE-ZIP SEAL REUSABLE STORAGE BAG KIT: is a two-piece kit that includes two lunch sizes. Use them to replace plastic baggies used for snacks, sandwiches, travel, home organization and more. These environmentally sound bags are made out of food safe, FDA-grade PEVA material, and are PVC-free, lead-free & BPA-free.

SET OF 2 GONEX REUSABLE GROCERY BAG SHOPPING TOTES: are great bags to take the grocery store. I like them because they are fully-lined with soft and sturdy straps for comfort.

POLAR BOTTLE INSULATED WATER: is a new favorite. I bought this item and fill it with ice and my water stays cold for hours. The bottle is 100% BPA-free with a wide mouth that allows ice cubes to easily fit in the bottle.

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