Tori made mention here that her zucchini bags were not so environmentally friendly but what's a girl to do. This is something I would do too. It's about the convenience. Jamie said this in the comments.
I love the idea of freezing the bread already sliced, that's too easy. I've tried waxed paper sandwich bags from the restaurant supply, but I don't know if they are any better. What could that wax be made from?
Jamie's comment intrigued me because B2 doesn't like the way her lunch/food tastes if I put it in a ziploc. She thinks it has a plastic taste to it. Plastic wrap is ok, just not the ziploc. We've also used wax paper to wrap her lunch items in. The box says they are "landfill safe" so I interpret that to mean it is biodegradable. Is that right? I thought the convenience of a wax paper bag would be worth it. The bags were pricier than a ziploc. I paid $2.85 for this box of 60 which is about 4.5 cents per bag. Anybody know how that compares to the price of a ziploc sandwich bag? I could find out but I'm too tired to go find an old grocery receipt.
That's all folks. I must go finish the laundry and then get some sleep.