New year, new start! And sustainability is on our minds! We made it through the Christmas season, tucked away the wrapping paper we can use again, and recycled what we could. We also folded our cloth wrapping paper away for the next birthday to arrive on the calendar... So with all of that, we have three more ideas for reusing our high quality, food-grade pasta bags! (See our past post on garden goodies, cookies, muffins, and more).
Baby food cubes - Purees
We really could have suggested this idea a few years ago, but here we are, with baby purees newly on our mind....
There's only one silicone tray for freezing all sorts of fruit and veggie purees, but many more bags to use! Once the baby puree cubes are frozen, they can be gathered into a Kaslo Sourdough bag. Then then the silicone tray can quickly be used to freeze the next batch!
The "Whatsit" bag in the cutlery drawer
The Internet doesn't seem to have a name for a bag to hold rubber bands and bread bag tags... so we made our own! The "Whatsit" bag! And ours is a Kaslo Sourdough pasta bag that has a new life gathering all of them... it's the perfect way to reuse a Kaslo Sourdough pasta bag.
As part of starting the new year fresh, in January we cleaned out a whole drawer of pens and pencils. We had a lot of fun testing out which ones still worked and in which ones the ink had dried ages ago!
We gathered up all the ones that didn't work anymore and used a Kaslo Sourdough pasta bag to transport them for recycling. The reusable seal on the top of the bag was perfect for making sure those pens didn't end up somewhere they shouldn't - like spilled in the car!.
There we have it - three more ideas for reusing your Kaslo Sourdough pasta bag in 2024!Back to news