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April 15, 2011


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sarah, simply cooked

Thanks for this--I reposted it in my weekend links post today. I appreciate all your thoughtful replies.

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Plastic food and drink containers has bisphenol A which make them become toxic. We have to know more info about material safety. Thanks for sharing.

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Great article thanks.


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Go to EBay and type in search words

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- and you will see it.



Why no use approved tupperware containers, they are good for everything.


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I have wondered about plastic containers which go in the microwave, as after repeated use they can start to stain which then does not come out when washed. As you have stressed glass is always the better and more safe.

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