Any ideas? Should I just break the dishes after use? Maybe, like living outside, I should just use wooden plates and bowls and chop-sticks and burn them when I'm done, huh?
Thekla McDaniels wrote:Hi Judith,
Thanks for posting those links. Now I know at least one other person is reading my posts.
I'm interested in the dishwashing detergent because if I can figure it out, it decreases my trash, my expenses, the amount of things I bring home from the grocery store, or if I'm having it shipped to me from amazon or thrive or other online vendors, making my own will reduces the packaging even more, and the transportation costs, and supports the local business people more than the transportation industry. It's one of the tradeoffs in my life. I utilize some of the solar power from my roof to run the dishwasher, but I'd like to stop buying the commercially made powder. And I am interested in the experience and suggestions and knowledge of others.