gillaman wrote: »
Have just roasted a whole load of tomatoes. Someone else on here as done this, or is planning to - Mrs M? Could you tell me please if they will freeze. My recipe says to store in airtight containers where they'll keep for a few weeks, but I'd quite like to bring them out in October to remind me of summer (you know those months between May and August when it rains non-stop!). TIA
greent wrote: »
Oh yes - more home baking = less plastic packaging! All the choc bars & cakes before which were individually wrapped and then all 10 bars were also wrapped.....:o Whereas things like flour bags just go in the recycling now:D I'm also buying larger bags of baking items = cheaper AND less packaging - winning all ways:T
For ways to cut down on waste at home check out this site: www.myzerowaste.com - lots of ideas on there (and some comments added to some of the posts by me too:rotfl: :rotfl: )
SAV3R wrote: »
I am all for recycling and learning all the time, I notice you recycle flour bags, what do you recycle these with? e.g papers or garden/cardboard waste. It does annoy me the amount of packaging that suppliers/supermarkets still use, it would surely be much easier to tackle at source.
rachelmk wrote: »
Morning! Its trying to be a nice day here in the North West but we'll see!
Am shattered today because the dog woudln't stop barking and growling at my noisy inconsiderate neighbours through the night - I tried my best to keep him quiet but they are just a right royal pain in the a*se. OH is moving in permanently over the next few weeks and is a big sleeper and I don't want to put him off by being kept awake by the dog - he seems immune to the neighbours! Its taken him this long to make the decision to move in that I don't want him changing his mind now due to exhaustion! Anyway, he slept relatively well only stirring twice - I, on the other hand, had about 3 hours on and off - knackered! Will have to have a word with the neighbours but they're deliberately evasive and always have an excuse.
Anyway, moaning over, I'm off to pretend that I'm working and to look at some other threads.
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