Lolly wrapper. Little Miss O went to a party on the weekend and got a goodie bag. Not much I can do about this, although I might start turning super weird and at least asking the peeps not to put in the plastic toys. Please.
More wrapping from the goodie bag - this time, from the plastic toys.
Cheeeeeese. I need to find a decent cheese shop that will cut my cheese and put it in a container rather than wrap it.
Wakame. Hm. Tricky. We love to eat it and it is good for us. Where to find loose wakame, people?
Noodles packet. I am going to have to start making them myself from scratch, I guess.
Wine lid. I can find places to fill a growler - mostly in hipster areas where I do not live, so I am going to be a bit limited for beer to put in my growler (probably a good thing!)..but I have seen one on the Northern Beaches that I might give a try once I check if I can bring my own stainless steel growler... but wine, wine, where to get wine?
Wrapping from Little Miss O's cotton under kimono. Hm. How to avoid? I guess I could make my own? Or try to find one with no packaging?
Textile scraps. Got to start up that textile scrap bin...
Broken pin. I already have a solution to this one - don't buy crappy cheap pins that fall apart.
Goodie bag. Sigh. Little Miss O loves them and they are de rigueur at parties. Am going to have to think upon this one.
Foil from chocolate. Ohhh - chilli chocolate, I love you. Hm. Maybe buy individual chocolates? Find some that is not foil wrapped? Not eat chocolate anymore? (Agggggghhh!)
Cellophane from pasta box. As mentioned with the soba, I am going to start trying to make my own pasta/noodles from scratch. Wish me luck.
Spinach bag. Easy - buy the loose spinach and put it in my cloth bag. The other day at the supermarket, they didn't have it, so I had to buy it packaged. Grrr.
Smoked salmon bag. My friend smokes her own salmon and it is amazing, so I might try that next time. Get the fishmonger to put the salmon in my own container and smoke it at home? We would just then have to eat a lot of smoked salmon dishes for a while. Ha.
Cling wrap. Waaaaaah. I use this about twice a year! This time, I used it to seal off a jelly pudding I was making in the fridge. I suppose I need to invest in an airtight late container - maybe a glass one with a plastic lid? Not perfect, but better, right?