My mom had some plastic cuttlery left over from my sisters wedding that she contributed to the cause
I will be bringing: Nearly 100 (or more) of each of the following (Plastic forks, plastic knifes, plastic spoons) 100 paper plates ~70 paper bowls 2 sleeves of plastic drink cups (100 total, I think) 8 rolls of paper towels (i figured they would hold up better than napkins, and the won't be as likely to litter the camp grounds on accident.)
Now, I just hope I wake up in time (shouldn't be a problem), and find the place.
If anyone else reads this and thinks about it, bring a few extra trash bags to brunch. With all these people eating and drinking with disposable plates/cups, it has potential for a huge mess for those camping around us. Please remember to separate trash and recycling too
Post by plasticpepper on Jun 8, 2011 9:30:14 GMT -5
Haha - gluten is a protein found in wheat. Plus a few other grains, too. People with celiac disease (or people who are just gluten intolerant) can't eat anything made with wheat flour (or barley, rye, malt, etc.). Which is tough because there's gluten in a LOT of stuff you wouldn't necessarily think.