Despite my several emails and a letter to Cook's Illustrated, they continue to refer to aluminum foil and pans as "disposable" every time. Apparently the word recycle is not in their kit.
I am not into the hugging of trees, but neither have I ever messed up a piece of foil so badly that it could not be folded in on itself and sent off properly for a new life somewhere.
If you subscribe to one of their publications or services would you help me persuade them that this is the twenty-first century, and that we need this planet to live on?
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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