Beeswax food wraps are made from cotton fabric that is infused with beeswax, tree resin and most commonly jojoba or almond oil.
Since they are made with Beeswax,they are not a Vegan product, and here one more reasons why I’m not Vegan.
How to use it?
Wrap a sandwich, cheese, produce,or cover a bowl. Use the warmth of your hands to form Bee’s Wrap over the top of a bowl, half a lemon, or a piece of cheese. The wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a seal. Wash with cool water and gentle soap, and reuse.The beeswax is anti-microable in nature, so its great for left-overs.
You can also freeze them with food inside for up to 3 months. The only limit is your imagination! In between uses you can wash the wax wraps in cold water
This way you don’t need a new paper towel, plastic wrap,aluminium wrap,plastic bag and so on, and you can slowly move closer to a Zero Waste lifestyle, that saves you money, reduce waste,and reduce toxic plastic use.
How long it lasts?
The life span of your beeswax food wrap depends on how often you use it and how well you look after it. Take care of your wrap and it will last around 6-12 months, or longer. It’s worth looking after.
So here are my Beeswax Wraps and my Reusable Bag
Now I definite want to make my own in the future, and I can’t wait to share that with you.Have you tried a Beeswax Wrap or Bag yet?
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I always wanted to try this! Thanks for sharing