From drinks and food, to plates and balloons…all you wanted to know about being #plasticfree – from our partners Plastic Free St Albans
When the sun’s out there’s nothing better than getting outside to enjoy food and the odd drink with friends.
Whether it’s at home in the garden or out in the park, all too often it can be a bit of a plastic fest – plastic bottles, disposable cups and crockery and enough plastic packaging to fill a turtle (not funny – you just don’t know where your plastic rubbish will end up).
Let’s start with the plastic bottles– often of thirst quenching fizzy drinks. Much better to take your own flasks of ice cold water and some sliced lemon or cordials for a dash of flavour.
Flasks can be used for hot or cold drinks, and there’s some great ones here https://bestseekers.com/best-flasks/. If you find that yours has kept the flavour of the ox tail soup you took to keep you warm at football, then filling it with…
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