For the tacos, I bought:
- tortillas, which I can get still warm and wrapped in wax paper in my neighborhood
- carne al pastor, a.k.a. pork. The stuff I bought was marinated, but it was dry enough that I could get it wrapped in paper
- cilantro, without a produce bag
- onion, without a produce bag
- a few limes, without a produce bag
At the meat counter, I picked up some carne al pastor, as I mentioned, and a pound of deli ham. I had the guy at the meat counter wrap both things in paper, but I must say that it was a bit awkward. He definitely thought I was crazy for getting my stuff wrapped in paper, which I think is just strange. I mean, when did plastic become the norm for meat? It wasn't that long ago, was it?
Nothing too exciting here. I got a few heads of romaine, cabbage, limes, cilantro, and onion. I didn't put anything in produce bags.
I also bought some Laughing Cow Cheese, and it seems to be plastic free. Anyone have any input?
I updated my Guide, Everyday Products with Little or No Plastic Packaging, with the info I gathered today. Check it out for some tips on being more plastic-free-ish.