Bee's Wrap: Just like Plastic Wrap, Minus the Plastic by

Issue 77 · Summerhouse Gardens · June 18, 2013

Bee's Wrap: Just like Plastic Wrap, Minus the Plastic

Issue 77 · Summerhouse Gardens · June 18, 2013

In my kitchen--and in my home in general--I try my best to avoid plastic of any kind. In fact, this past winter I purchased my very first roll of plastic wrap, all in the name of seed-starting. But even if I normally eschew the stuff, that doesn't mean that I don't sometimes wish I had an easier solution for covering a big bowl of pasta salad, or protecting a sandwich that needs toting to work. Enter, Bee's Wrap

  bee's wrap | gardenista

Above: Made in Vermont, this miracle product employs an old-fashioned method to modern success. bee's wrap | gardenista

Above: Sheets of organic cotton muslin get coated in a combination of beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin, rendering them reusable wraps for basic food preservation. Just like plastic wrap, minus the plastic.

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Above: Bee's Wrap is available in three sizes. A starter set of small, medium, and large sheets is available for $16.

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