Solving Your Kitchen Problems one Giveaway at a Time!

posted on: Sunday, April 19, 2009

I got 2 packs of Tilty in the mail this past week to review and we've been putting it to good use. I'm in love with their design.
HELL-O finally a sippy cup that is easy to drink out of. I think these would be perfect for kids who are just learning to use sippy cups so I wanna give you a pack. Plus Tilty is BPA free and because it is clear it does not contain any trace of cadmium in them because there are no dyes.

Tilty is an earth friendly cup. Dont you think? So in order to celebrate earth day that's coming up I'll give one lucky winner two tilty cups. Leave a comment about one way that your kitchen or cooking practices is environmentally friendly.

Rules:
  • 1 entry per person
  • must have a USA address
  • giveaway ends at midnight on April 22nd (Earth Day)
good luck!

57 comments:

  1. thinking about what I am using and how I am washing, and what packacking I buy...and what recycles and energy saved by doubling or tripling something

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  2. thanks i would like to have one for my grandson. mverno@roadrunner.com

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  3. by growing food to cook with in the garden and then recycling the leftover into compost for more gardening.

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  4. Wow, these are really good cups, my son is starting to hold things, so he would make really good use of these cups.

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  5. I want one. I also grow organic food in my garden and compost the scraps. Also, I only use reusable water bottles and napkins.

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  6. Brilliant design. My kitchen is eco friendly because I use natural claenres and I don't have a disposal so most food scraps go into the compost

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  8. Wow these are great, very good design my little brother would love them. My kitchen practices are environmentally friendly because me and my family don't use harsh chemical cleaner in our kitchen, we only use organic cleaning solutions and recycle the empty bottles.

    better grammar(:

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  9. LOOKS GOOD!!! IF I WIN I WILL GIVE AS A GIFT forevermcandbc@yahoo.com

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  10. You are right, Via would love those. We are eco-friendly because I am an always recycle before throwing away, I save all the leftovers to make a new dish, I have cloth napkins, use little water to wash our dishes, and we try to support local farmers all the time.
    Thanks for the cool offer.

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  11. I freeze leftovers and chop fresh produce for the freezer before it spoils.

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  12. I would love to try out these cups. Our kitchen is environmentally friendly because we recycle and have very little food waste.

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  13. I try to be "envriomentally" smart in the kitchen. I only run the dishwasher when it is full, I am trying to use more "green" cleaning products and I recycle whatever I can rather than tossing everything into the garbage. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. I recycle anything I can and use things like vinegar and water to clean instead of harsh chemicals.

    e_kahn81@yahoo.com

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  15. We recently have started recycling everything, and buying more eco-friendly products. Everytime a lightbulb blows out, we replace it with a new eco one. We also now do not wash clothes everytime they are dirty.

    emma.kitz@yahoo.com

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  16. I just switched to "green" cleaners. I'll admit I'm still getting use to them but I feel better about using them around my children and animals.

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  17. These would be great for my new daughter, when she's big enough! We feed our kitchen scraps to red worms who turn them into great food for our garden.
    awsyoung at yahoo dot com
    (found you through Bekah's blog)

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  18. We recycle all we can.
    grow our own veggys.
    Buy more eco-friendly things.
    Thanks for this contest,would be perfect for my 1 yr old grandson.

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  19. wow add me in on this thay be realy grate for my girl shes always missplaceing her cups and well it takes me a day or 2 to find just whhere she may have put them and well if i had more then just 2 of them it would realy help thanks

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  20. this would be great for my grandson.

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  21. In my kitchen I use tupperware that is family friendly and resuable..easy to use. We also never waste leftovers. thanks for the contest.

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  22. My husband is the 'leftover king' so we don't waste a scrap! We also recycle everything and reuse plastic containers that we buy food in! Thanks!

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  23. I reuse plastic containers that foods come in and I always make sure that the dishwasher is full when I run it.

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  24. we recycle all of our plastic and glass! we have an easy set up in the kitchen with bins.

    jennifer.lleras@gmail.com

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  25. My six month old grandson, Andrew, could use these soon. Thay look neat.

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  26. Recycle, recycle and recycle!
    We use reusable containers, we don't buy plastic bags for storing food in fridge or freezer.

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  27. we have a compost heap for kitchen scraps... and of course recycle

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  28. We have a wooden garbage concealer (so it doesn't look yuk) that we put our cans in to recycle.
    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  29. We grow our own veggies!!! Yum! Thanks

    hmahan_0529 @ yahoo dot com

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  30. We recycle all food containers.

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  31. recycling and using natural cleaning products

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  32. We freeze all the food we do not use. We hate to waste in this family!

    These cups sound great!



    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

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  33. Our trash can has two compartments. One for garbage and the other for plastic recycles.

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  34. We do a lot of recyling, compost, working in the community garden,energy saving and drive Hybrids.

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  35. ooooo. I love these! sippy cups are very important in a houshold of children. I always end up needing them. a lot of times even for other kids visiting!

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  36. I love any cup that is BPA free! This one looks fantastic!

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  37. Happy Earth Day! I love it! I love the no dye/bpa, and I like the design.

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  38. We have a compost in our backyard!

    souldolphindream@aol.com

    thanks

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  39. I try to cook from scratch a lot to avoid wasteful packaging and transportation of processed foods.

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  40. i re-use plastic containers and glass jars

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  41. I have been re-using watter bottles and zip-lock baggies for a very long time. My new niece would love this prize and she deserves it, being the newest of EIGHT children. Please let her win this fantastic prize! It's not even for me, but for a sweet little lady named Isabella.

    thejules40@yahoo.com

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  42. We don't buy individually wrapped food items, and save scraps for composting.

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  43. My kitchen is earthfriendly because I use a gas rather than an electric stove. Also, I like to compost my scraps. I recycle all my containers that I use to cook with. My jars make great holders for dressings. THANKS
    FLY18GRL21{at}aol{dot}com

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  44. I try to Go-Green with my cooking by buying organic products for my family. I also have a small herb garden that I use.
    Thanks for the chance.
    jesskaufman at hotmail dot com

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  45. we just got a Green Pan. it works great!

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  46. We save our leftovers and use energy saving lightbulbs.

    fionen_ftw (at) fionen (dot) com

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  47. The usual-- grow a garden, compost scraps or feed them to the chickens, older kids wash the dishes (which saves energy for the earth and ME), tote water in my reusable bottle, recycle, etc....

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  48. I recycle and use vinegar to clean.

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  49. We recycle all we can. (:
    Thanks for the chance, i`ll be keeping my fingers crossed!!!

    shaw(dot)collin(at)gmail(dot)com

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  50. I have a garden and use fresh veggies and fruit and then use the scraps as compost :) recycling at it's finest!!

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  51. We recycle water bottles and soda cans.

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  52. ty 4 the awesome giveaway and the entry:)WE RECYCLE CANS AND PLAN ON PLANTING A FEW VEGGIES:)

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  53. I only run the dishwasher when it is full and never run the dry cycle. We are switching to green cleaners, we recycle and/or repurpose, and food we do not use eiither goes into the compost pile or it is put way out for the wild animals (possums, raccoons, etc.). Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!

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  54. I try to compost kitchen scraps.

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