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

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

Erin Boyle 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

Above: Made in Vermont, this miracle product employs an old-fashioned method to modern success.

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.

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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