Zero waste kitchen

The kitchen undoubtedly generates the most waste. For a zerowaste kitchen, we have solutions so you can easily switch to environmentally friendly and vegan alternatives. Paring down what you have, plus a few simple swaps, is a great beginning for a zero waste minimalist kitchen. We don’t suggest buying new if you still have perfectly serviceable items in your home. But when it’s time to replace, look for modern plastic-free quality items that you really love.

Zero waste kitchen

The kitchen undoubtedly generates the most waste. For a zerowaste kitchen, we have solutions so you can easily switch to environmentally friendly and vegan alternatives. Paring down what you have, plus a few simple swaps, is a great beginning for a zero waste minimalist kitchen. We don’t suggest buying new if you still have perfectly serviceable items in your home. But when it’s time to replace, look for modern plastic-free quality items that you really love.

Interested in how to achieve a vegan zerowaste kitchen? Read tips and tricks on our blog!

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Compostable food bags

Compostable food bags

2.00
Hotecoveganic
Cutlery Kit

Cutlery Kit To-Go

13.45
Hotecoveganic
Glass straw

Glass straws

2.953.45
rcup
rcup

rCup

14.45
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Recaps stickers

Recaps stickers

13.95
recaps
Reusable Nespresso cups

Reusable Nespresso cups

38.95
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Salt Pepper Grinder

Salt and Pepper Mills

27.50
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Salt and pepper Mills

Salt and Pepper Mills

27.50
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stainless steel straws

Stainless steel straws

2.953.45
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thermos bottle

Thermos Bottle

18.95

Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot, and only in that order!

Nowhere in our lives is this process more difficult than in the kitchen. From the excessive packaging on food to the wastefulness of food storage methods, the kitchen ends up being one of the most wasteful zones of the home.

Prevent plastic from entering your zero waste kitchen by greening your grocery shopping routine. Bringing reusable canvas bags to the market is a great start, but take it a step further and bring reusable produce bags.

These bags are super versatile and can be used for fruits and veggies, but also bulk items like grains, nuts, legumes, flour and chocolate.

To reduce waste you could also stop buying bottled water, and instead take a reusable mug or thermos on the go. Refuse single-use plastic like straws, plastic utensils and stir sticks. Start small and keep going. It’s a journey!