When I was a child, my mother would make the best yeast rolls. We wanted to eat them hot out of the oven with some butter on them. Back then, my mother would take the scraps and put them in an old bread bag, yes you heard me right, an old bread bag. Growing up, I never remember my parents buying Ziploc bags. There were a lot of different things that they would use rather than a Ziploc bag.
If you get creative, there are many things you can reuse or repurpose. In this way, I decided to make a list of the things frugal people reuse.
You can clean out those old bread bags and reuse them once more. If they are excessively long, simply cut the end off and make them smaller. Ensure you spare the bind of the ending to reuse with the bags as well. The bags work great for homemade bread or tidbits like chips in a lunchbox.
Cereal bags work extraordinary to store food in. Simply wash them out and let them dry. My grandmother would consistently clean out the oat packs and send us home with the fresh fruits from her garden. Use a chip cut on the open side of the pack and you are a great idea to go.
gift bags are somewhat of an easy decision to reuse. I once in a while get them since we reuse them so frequently. As a rule, we wrap presents for Christmas, however, I will use gift bags for birthday celebrations. Hold tight to any old blessing sacks and continue using them.
I love reusing old jars for various things. Indeed, even a simple glass jar looks pretty when you clean it and expel the mark from the jar. You can use them to store food, flavors, or even use them for drinking glasses. There are such a significant number of various approaches to reuse or repurpose jars.
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