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Reducing your kitchen toxins

How many cheap chopping boards, utensils and frying pans have you bought since you moved out of home? As time goes on, they become tatty and scratched with little bits of plastic or non-stick coating peeling off. Besides, you want that new, fresh feeling, right?

I spent hundreds of dollars on these items over the years and for what? For more waste, more spending, a feeling of “newness” and then months later wanting or needing more when it breaks or looks crappy.

I felt buying expensive cookware was for rich snobs and that it was ridiculous to spend

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