What other things do you do with coffee filters?
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Trish @ MyBigFatBundt says
That’s Brilliant! I used to have plastic plate covers, but then I stopped using them after learning how unsafe it is to even have plastic covering your food…the chemicals cans still leech in. I would probably try to find the unbleached coffee filters to make sure we aren’t ‘cooking’ bleach into the food either. I know Wal-Mart carries them fairly cheap. They might not be under a dollar, but they will certainly be under $2.00 and not much over $1.00. Thanks!!