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25 Ideas to Reuse Plastic Protein Powder Jugs, Jars, and Containers

My husband is a runner and works out in one form or another almost every day. After his workout he often enjoys a fruit smoothie with a scoop of peanut butter or protein powder or if he is feeling really crazy sometimes both.  I’m a fan of adding peanut butter powder to my morning oatmeal along with various nuts and dried fruit – many of which come in plastic tubs with screw on lids. Which means we end up with a lot of fairly large empty, food safe containers. Sometimes I recycled them but more often than not I reuse those empty plastic containers and my house has never been more organized – for free! Save this list of ideas and hacks to your Pinterest boards for later! Share it with your friends!   25 Ways to Recycle and Reuse Plastic Containers

About Me

Hi, my name is Lisa and I am a foodie. I wasn't always this way. I grew up with most meals made from ingredients from a box or a can. When I ventured out on my own, I had to learn how to cook because if I relied on what I had learned in 8th grade Home Ec class I would be eating nothing but soupy quiche and Snickerdoodle cookies.

It was worth all of those trials and errors and still more errors. Now I cook most of my meals from scratch and they are delicious! And guess what? My health improved AND my food bill went down. I truly believe you can eat healthy on a budget.

So where does the lazy part come into play? Well, even though my husband and I like cooking from scratch we don't have a whole lot of time in the evenings to make 17 ingredient, 4 hour cooking time meals. I constantly rely on my household servants Mr. Breadmaker, Mrs. Slow Cooker, and sometimes in a pinch to defrost something Ms. Microwave.

I also am too lazy to jump in the car and drive to the store to buy a box mix that a recipe calls for so I make my own from scratch. It's not that hard if you have a couple of good cookbooks at your disposal.

I also write a green home improvement blog Condo Blues. There I discuss green living, money saving tips, decorating, home improvement, and crafts.

Joining my one this journey are my Husband and my one eyed rescue Pekingese Blitzkrieg. He likes carrots. The dog I mean.Although I think my husband likes carrots too.

To contact Lisa about either blog, email me at condoblues [at] gmail [dot]com