Home Chef Tries The Zero-Waste Trader Joe’s Challenge

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  1. To all the random people reading this comment, I hope you achieve all your biggest dreams in life !💖

    My biggest dream is to become a great YouTuber 😉 🌹

  2. Shorty has a 10/90 rule on "zero waste" lol She's cute, but she's lying to herself calling that zero waste .Just call it, as best as I can .

  3. Plastic is very effective if recycled and/or incenerated filtered, but the US has sry terrible infrastructur and capacity to do it

  4. But that’s impossible with “ zero waste”! I mean, don’t you poop? That alone is waste! If I didn’t poo for 2 days , I’d explode. Not possible to have zero waste

  5. Y’all eating zero waste when there’s millionaires flying private. I can assure you normal citizens aren’t the problem here

  6. You have offices all over the world. Try these zero waste challenges in different countries and make videos about it!
    For example, people need to make the same dish. They should try to find the ingredients without plastic packaging in different countries.

  7. Well, at least they've lowered the volume on the odd chirping noise, so I can watch the videos again. I enjoy waste reduction content, I just didn't like the sharpness of the sound effect. Thanks, guys.

  8. Very Nice video🥰🥰🥰🥰👍👍your recipe very good😱😱😱I'm hungry 😭😭

  9. It just sucks that zero waste recipes can mean a lot more time & energy spent. Chronically ill people like myself can’t always do that. I feel bad for relying on frozen foods & stuff from restaurants, but sometimes I literally don’t have the physical energy to cook an entire meal from scratch 😔 I wish food brands would just go ahead and switch to all paper, cardboard, glass, and recyclable cans! It can’t be that hard for them to do

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  11. the box of worms is giving me a mix of "aww feeding a mini ecosystem" and "omg worms living and feasting in my room"

  12. y'all are hating on her but like she even keeps worms in her house to protect the environment like calm down she's trying her best.

  13. I wish this was possible for everyone. We really really really love the Greek whole milk plain yogurt. In our area the containers are non-recyclable. Many of the containers at Trader Joe's are.

  14. Americans cannot live without plastic the only reason they keep saying they want to save the world is because Asian countries like India and China are increasing their plastic consumption and developing they want to halt the development that is all

  15. In the UK there is so much plastic. At a very famous supermarket here I am able to find just loose lemons and apples. Sometimes if they have thee loose version of something the plastic package ones are cheaper. So people prefer the cheaper version. Very sad. In my city there is a market but it is usually very small.

  16. As a germaphobe, I honestly like things to be sealed. Because otherwise my mind won't let me eat it, not to mention there are alot of autoimmune people who can't even handle a cold very well and need to be careful. We could easily use far less plastic and non sustainable options if Humanity as a race wasn't so disgusting I, I mean we had a fukking challenge where people would lick ice cream and put it back on the shelf. Of course I'm going to opt for the one that's wrapped in plastic then because I know it hasn't been messed with.

  17. I buy nooch in bulk all the time 😂 I haven't bought it in a bag in at least a year.
    I actually made my first completely zero waste meal last night – vegetable and lentil soup with homemade veggie broth. All scraps went into the freezer for future broth, and cans and labels were recycled. Very proud of myself!

  18. I love this 90/10% approach. It would really help with eco anxiety. I like to reduce my waste whenever possible and may adopt that same thought.

    Also 1. I want a worm compost now
    2. Part of your 10% plastic could be reusing a ziplock (like that one from the nutritional yeast) and put broth-like veggie scraps in the freezer in that bag to make veggie broth for every week or couple of weeks!

  19. can she do a video on how she keeps her comport. I have a compost but I always just bury the scraps at the end of the week in the ground.

  20. I'm so glad stevie did this video but I think buzzfeed should have let her talk more about the sustainability aspect

  21. The plastic sitting on the shelf is still going to be here for 1000 years it doesnt matter if she buys it or not .. the factorys have to stop using plastic

  22. As a long-time follower of Stevie on instagram.. can 100% confirm she is not a "professional chef" lmao! She's literally just a zero-waste activist who cooks home made meals 99% of the time!

  23. that's funny raw cashew lol. you cant buy them raw in the store they have ben banned in 99% of the world since they are so dangerus.

  24. Sustainability literally saves the company more money from purchasing plastic for the packaging, I don't know why companies are not getting onboard more quickly

  25. I just want to let people know since most do not. that if you take plastic wash and flush it down the tollit ground up as small as you can if possible. that most of it will degrade and break down in the sewer from the gasses and acids and so on is the sewer and buy the time it reaches the plant for treatmint. then it will have ben broken down evuff to pass threw filters or most of it and the treatment will break them small parts down more thus making it in the treated left stuff that goes for compost. this will couse way less wast out of the plastic then in the trach and help it break down faster most of it breaking down in less then a few days. I know this from people I know that work for the city water works department.

  26. This is a fanatic. There's being careful about your ecological impact. And then there's feeling guilty about buying food in a plastic package.

  27. She is awesome! More of her in the world please. What a bright, wonderful, self actualized person doing the best she can. Also, her mushroom analogy was cool., That resonated with me.

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