Food Is there a delicious food thread?

HipHugHer

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Regular plates probably have a lower footprint but only if people used them until they didn't work anymore and stopped replacing them for reasons of vanity. Then they'd only have to manufacture plates like once every hundred years or so.
 
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wetwillie

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Regular plates probably have a lower footprint but only if people used them until they didn't work anymore and stopped replacing them for reasons of vanity. Then they'd only have to manufacture plates like once every hundred years or so.
Corelle is the worst in the manufacturing footprint . . . 3-4 separate firings because it's laminated glass. Albeit, that is offset in how many times they don't break compared to say, ceramic. Always something.
 
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