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August 18, 2011

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Stephanie marsh

I use tuPperwares, my cooled lunch bag and untesils from my house. I even bring a drink in a reusable cup

Diana Tuttle

Use Your own utensils just make sure the kids don't throw them away:)

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Rieke

My waste free lunch tip is to bring only what you can eat, thus minimizing waste. As for carrying food to and from, I love cloth containers that can be maschinewashed.

Andrea

What cute bags. My oldest starts kindergarten in one year, so I'm trying to research lunch and school supplies this year. We currently use re-useable baggies (mostly reusit) and little pampered chef or pyrex bowls with lids when we are traveling in an insulated lunch bag.

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Betsy (Eco-novice)

I store my reusable bags/ containers in a very convenient location in the kitchen, since we use them almost daily. We also pack cloth napkins for trips to the park, beach, etc. I put all disposables (paper towels, etc.) in inconvenient places (like a box in the garage), so that I have to make an effort to use them.

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Lisa

I use "real" spoons and forks and cloth napkins, and re-usable containers instead of plastic sandwhich bags. :)

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haley strahan

My favorite way to pack waste-free lunches for my daughter is to use a bento style box with silverware and cloth napkins. However, I am looking for a way to pack lunch for myself and my husband, and something like the above would be ideal!

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Alyssa Lee

I pack my little brother's lunch and, the messy eater that he is, he always needs a napkin. I love packing a little cotton napkin (reused from an old t-shirt) and I like that he is proud to use it.

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Aimee E.

I buy a big tub of yogurt and fill my own containers for lunches each day.

Michelle

Use a Sigg or other bottle instead of sending along a juice box, it saves money and the environment.

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heather h

Cloth napkins to avoid paper waste, use stainless steel drink containers and lunchboxes, avoid ziploc bags at all costs!

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We recently added ReUsies to our regimen~ LOVE them! We also use bamboo cutlery, People Towels and stainless steel bottles; it's an awesome way to reduce ur impact and save some cash! i'll have 4 in school this year and reusable EVERYTHING is pretty much a must! On occasion my girls pace juice pouches (honest Kids) and they're rewarded weekly for bringing home the empty pouches for recycling. Depending on the week it could be something for everyone or else we do contest and giveaways :) having 6 children means never a dull moment!

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