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Originally Posted by ffiill View Post
I just find plastic is plastic! As kids on holiday camping or caravaning we always used melamine plates.Even when occasionally back packing there is something nice about a pot mug full of tea or coffee. Quite like the old enamelware as well.
Ok, we'll keep a few Corelle or even plastic for passage making, but keep some glassware, even crystal and fine china plates for when you get where you are heading. Store them well as its been our experience, the storage is what breaks them, not the handling.

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