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    Non Plastic Coffee Mug ?

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    Anyone on here use a coffee mug that is non plastic, including the sipping lid ? I found some stainless steel ones only to find that the lid is plastic. I know some plastics are safe, but I would like to start eliminating as much plastic as possible

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    Would you consider plastics that are BPA free?
    Here's a stainless steel vacuum sealed one:
    Amazon.com: Thermos Sipp 16-Ounce Vacuum-Insulated Travel Tumbler: Kitchen & Dining

    I bought this one for my mother and she uses it constantly. The body is porcelain and the lid is silicone:
    Amazon.com: DCI I Am Not a Paper Cup 10-Ounce Porcelain Travel Cup with Lid: Kitchen & Dining

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    Quote Originally Posted by secretlobster View Post
    Would you consider plastics that are BPA free?
    Here's a stainless steel vacuum sealed one:
    Amazon.com: Thermos Sipp 16-Ounce Vacuum-Insulated Travel Tumbler: Kitchen & Dining

    I bought this one for my mother and she uses it constantly. The body is porcelain and the lid is silicone:
    Amazon.com: DCI I Am Not a Paper Cup 10-Ounce Porcelain Travel Cup with Lid: Kitchen & Dining

    Ordered the first 1, thank you lobster !

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    Starbucks and Bed Bath and Beyond have ceramic versions thay can go in the microwave.

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    i have a stainless steel one with a plastic lid. i don't think the coffee touches the lid that often, so it doesn't bother me. the durability is really nice.

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    I use a Starbucks ceramic mug with a silicone lid.
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    I also have a ceramic with a silicone lid that I got at Whole Foods. It's not as spill-proof as most travel mugs but it does the job for your basic car ride.
    Last edited by DaisyEater; 06-23-2011 at 11:59 AM.

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    I don't cook, eat or drink out of plastic anymore, BPA or not. Just makes sense that a petroleum product could cause some kind of problem with the food.

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    Reusit.com has good choices.

    The old fashioned bell-shaped ceramic or glass mugs used with a cork would do it.

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    I am working toward a plastic free kitchen but can't find a solution for glass containers that I need to take on the go with me. Most small glass tupperware replacements still have plastics lids. Anyone find a way around this dilemma?

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