Idiotic, I say, to call it eco-friendly. As idiotic as putting tender coconut water in tetrapaks!
starry- tell me about iti can only think of its being useful say in places where banana plants do not grow- but some Tamil feast is being planned- maybe a virundu in in Siberiaare there any Indians in Siberia?
Hey...only this morning I saw the ad in "anantha vikatan" and was wondering what was so 'eco-friendly' about it! As starry-eyed says it is as idiotic as selling tender-cocnut water in tetra packs. Worse, I saw 'peeled' (that is the outer -green- layer)coconuts wrapped in plastic in some super markets...!
Good question! I am still thinking about it!
Here is wishing Aditi kutti a happy 2nd month birthday.Love,Beena
Although I am all for eco - friendly, Banana leaves have a few disadvtgs:-> Are not available widely-> Have a limited shelf life-> They tear very easily and many get discarded for this reason.So if this product can overcome these issues AND be eco friendly, I am sure it will find its place in the sun. Better than those Thermacol or paper plates right? Liked your post though :)
aa's momagree om some countsdried leaf dhonnais and plates are better alternatives- tendu/ mandharai leaf of something if i recall
I believe the person who is selling the paper leaves was not comparing to the real banana leaves. In the US, we don't get banana leaves where I stay so probably he made it for people like us who want the feel of a real banana leaf but have no way of getting it?
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