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Disclaimer: this post was sponsored by The Spice & Tea Exchange. Photos and opinions are our own.

When it comes to food, we set out with a couple goals in 2020:
1. Cook from home more.
2. Reduce our food and packaging waste

It’s a learning process to be sure, but we’ve been fortunate to be aided by businesses like the new Spice & Tea Exchange at Polaris Fashion Place.

Places like the Spice & Tea Exchange help supplement and enhance your home-cooking with spices and specialty blends, AND… they let you bring in your own containers to fill with tea, sugars, salts, spices, and other mixes. Beth has been diligently organizing our spice cabinet, in order to better use ingredients, and having places like this that let you refill existing containers helps minimize our waste.

The Columbus franchise of the Spice & Tea Exchange opened a few months ago. It’s owned by Thurston and Jackie…

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