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I routinely wash out good quality zip lock bags that have held non meat items. Let them air dry. // Reuse bread bags to store portion sized meat in the freezer. Then toss when done. // I pick up and use Tupperware containers at yard sales and thrift stores and use them instead of bags in many situation. They are very durable. Pricey when new. The only downside. They have a lifetime guarantee, however it's really hard to find dealers willing to do the work involved in getting replacement lids (for example) that cracked during normal use. 

These are  good ideas, however I would have  concern with  plastic news paper bags being contaminated by both news paper ink along with  who ever put the paper in the bag.  I delivered news papers years ago so I know all about that first hand.  Now with wonderful covid virus and its potential transmission in closed areas I simply don't know if  news paper plastic bags are worth what you would save in funds.  Personally I replaced all my plastic containers with glass which have lids that seal well.  Sure glass for storage of food costs more on the front end, but the reusability and safety it affords over  plastic is worth it to me.  Thank you for he good idea.

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