Bee's Wrap- the Beeswax and Cloth Alternative to Plastic Wrap
Eliminating plastic in the kitchen is a challenge even for the most diligent of us. How do I keep a half of a loaf of bread from the market fresh without using a plastic bag? How do I keep cheese and half of a cucumber fresh without plastic wrap? Sometimes looking back in time is where we can find very simple old fashioned solutions to our modern problems. Here in Vermont, good food has always been central to our home life. I grow and preserve most of our vegetables, we milk goats, raise sheep, pigs and chickens. Our family life revolves around the garden and kitchen. But all of this food needed to be kept fresh and growing concerns about our environment and the health safety of plastic, made plastic no longer a viable option for food storage.
This is where Bee's Wrap enters. Bee's Wrap is fabric infused with beeswax, jojoba oil and tree resin. This combination makes for the perfect alternative to plastic for food storage. The warmth of your hands molds the Bees Wrap to the top of a bowl or dish- use for leftovers or for taking a dish to a potluck. Wrap a piece of cheese, the end of a cucumber, or half of an onion to keep fresh. The Bee's Bread Wrap is large enough to wrap a loaf of bread, keeping it fresh longer than you want it hanging around. The antibacterial properties of beeswax and jojoba oil help keep food fresh and allow the Bee's Wrap to be used again and again. Bee's Wrap can be washed in COLD water with a mild dish soap. Then reuse!
So there is an simple viable alternative to plastic wrap for food storage. It is an easy way to do something good for the environment and yourself. Bee's Wrap is an old fashioned solution that feels miraculous in our modern world. We hope you'll check it out- www.beeswrap.com and find it as useful and enjoyable to use as we do!