TIP #3: Skip milk in plastic jugs or tetra paks

BRING BACK THE HANDSOME MILKMAN... BOTTLE
... and skip that ugly plastic jug

You might be lucky enough to remember the milkman. That handsome guy who made his rounds in the neighborhood. We truly should bring him back - complete with his uniform and spiffy hat!

Short of that, s
kip the ugly plastic jugs in the dairy aisle and look for milk in glass bottles instead. The better grocers in your area likely carry one or two brands by local dairies in glass, for sure.

House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year Fridge

This milk is more expensive than the milk in plastic jugs. But we think it's worth it because milk should be expensive and it should come in glass. Producing milk takes tons of labor, water, and land. Sometimes, if things are super cheap, there's a reason for it. Just say'n.

Note: We understand that, if you have teenage boys at home who glug up gallons of milk, you might have to buy cheap gallons of milk in plastic jugs. Remember, 'near' plastic-free is better than giving up altogether - so if you need to, use your plastic-hall-pass for the jugs and let the teenagers glug away.
Bonus Tip: Don't forget to get the $1-$2 refund on the bottle. When empty, pop your glass bottle into the dishwasher. Once clean, slip it into your grocery tote by your front door. That way, it's easy to remember to bring it back to your market for your refund.

Photo courtesy to our beloved Straus Family Creamery in Northern Cal. This is not an ad - we just love you, Team Straus, so much. Thank you for the great work!

And there you have it, another simple tip to skip the plastic.
Show us a photo of your gorgeous glass bottles in your fridge: Tag us at #blisshaus or send us your photos to hello@blisshaus.com.
We love to see & share how all of us are healing our planet one kitchen, one trip to the store at a time!

Wishing you many blissful moments in your home,
- Wiebke & the Blisshaus Crew

 

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