Steaming is one of the healthiest ways to prepare vegetables. You don’t need any oil or additional fat when you cook vegetables by steaming. The water vapors gently cook the vegetables, preserving most of the nutrients within the food. Even better, when you steam vegetables with stasher, more of those nutrients and flavors are retained than if you were to steam them by traditional methods. Continue Reading →
This school season, use stasher bags to pack high-powered, low-waste “brain food” snacks for your favorite student (yes, your favorite student can be yourself- we see you, overworked college students!). Each one of these healthy snacks offers incredible nutrients to support memory and focus for all that learning. And, they can all be stashed ahead of time in the fridge or pantry, making it super easy to grab and go. stasher’s sturdy, airtight seal will keep your snacks fresher longer! So, without further ado, here are a few great ideas for healthy back-to-school snacks!Continue Reading →
Summer is nearly over (how does it always whiz past so quickly?), and the back-to-school shopping season is here! This year, back to school spending is expected to collectively total around 83.6 billion dollars. That statistic got us thinking: What sort of an impact would it have if we made a few “swaps” for more eco-friendly school supplies as we tick items off the list this year? Wouldn’t it be awesome to buy these products from brands that reduce waste, are kind to the earth, and have good core ethics?Continue Reading →
Shopping for food in bulk can be such an easy way to reduce your environmental impact. Of course, we mean those bins of unpackaged food at your local health food store (or, increasingly, even in chain grocery stores), not the supersized-cereal-box type of bulk.
When you choose to bring your own containers to fill up from the store’s large bins or canisters of unpackaged food, you can reduce the amount of packaging waste you make. It has a few other advantages, too: you can buy just the amount you need, which is perfect for more unusual ingredients like coconut flour or wheat berries (you know, if you’re getting adventurous). Plus, bulk food is often cheaper because you’re not paying for packaging – just for food.
If this sounds like the answer to your food waste and money saving prayers, well get ready! Below we’re walking you though the process of shopping for food in bulk with stasher.Continue Reading →
In this week’s detox, we’re focusing on food since eating healthy isn’t just increasing the amount of fruits and vegetables you eat. Often times those fruits and vegetables can contain pesticides, meat contains added hormones, and pre-packaged foods contain additives. To the naked eye, these foods might seem healthy, but in reality they could be depleted of all of their nutrients and harmful to both the environment and the food chain.
here’s your weekly detox for 3.10.17:Continue Reading →
Today is #NationalPlayDohDay! To celebrate we’re showing you how to make your own non-toxic play doh at home.Continue Reading →
Stasher is now officially a California Certified Green Business!
The Bay Area Green Business Program verifies that businesses meet high standards of environmental performance. As a certified Green Business, stasher complies with environmental regulations and takes additional actions to conserve resources, prevent pollution, minimize waste, and reduce our carbon footprint.Continue Reading →
today is national trail mix day! to celebrate we’re sharing our recipe for homemade trail mix, which can easily be taken on-the-go with stasher.Continue Reading →
Inspiration and innovation seem to go hand-in-hand and stasher founder Kat Nouri had her a-ha moment while making a sandwich.Continue Reading →