I love anything for the kitchen.  In fact if I could buy random dishes to collect, I would…and have.   But that means washing a lot of dishes.  Which I hate to do….I’m a girl of convenience!

When I found the VerTerra line of plates…disposable plates made out of fallen leaves, I thought I’d found the best of both worlds.  Hot looking trendy plates…that are biodegradeable.

All-natural, chemical and bleach free, and 100% compostable (BPI certified), each piece made from fallen leaves is one-of-a-kind, adding a unique and stylish touch to any table. You will find them in restaurants, catering services, and now coming to stores for retail purchase. Try trays, plates and bowls, all unique and stylish on the table.

Oh and did I mention they are safe for oven, freezer and microwave? We heated up appetizers in the microwave, and the plates held up fine. They also are great for serving salads, even a wet salad.

My tomatoes did not leak through.

You can wash and use these again, but (and it is made of leaves) if you cut your food on the plate, it’s easy to cut the plate too. Also red foods, sauces, tend to stain the plates. So don’t expect to reuse all your dinnerware, but mine with those exceptions, cleaned up fine.

Want something fun and different for your next party?? Here it is, plates that are eco-friendly and set a great table! I’ll be using Verterra again!

4 Comments on New Alternative Disposable Plates: VerTerra

  1. bobl
    August 9, 2010 at 4:09 pm (7 years ago)

    I was just at a party where they used vertera leaf plates that they had purchased at http://www.joannehudson.com/ . I’m assuming it’s the same stuff. They have a really unique feel… and no two are a like. the plates are almost like pieces of art work.

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  2. Brandy
    September 7, 2009 at 8:24 am (8 years ago)

    Those look awesome!

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  3. Grace Matthews
    September 6, 2009 at 10:44 pm (8 years ago)

    Those are Fantastic! I love them. They would be great for a party…less clean up :)

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  4. georgie
    September 6, 2009 at 9:04 pm (8 years ago)

    Linda-those are so cool and would make a great Christmas gift-

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