Bee's Wrap (Set of 3 Sizes)
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It's a wrap.
Here's how to keep bread (and vegetables, and cheese!) fresh without plastic -- just use the warmth of your hands to mold the Bee's Wrap around the bread or around the top of a large bowl or dish. As it cools down, the wrap stiffens and seals. Bonus: it's reusable!
Photography by James Ransom and Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Organic cotton muslin, beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin
Care & Notes -
The antibacterial properties of the beeswax and jojoba oil help to keep food fresh and allow you to use the Bee's Wrap again and again. It is not recommended for meat. Wash your Bee's Wrap in cool water with a mild dish soap, air dry, fold, and store in a drawer or in a basket on the counter.
Meet the Maker
New Haven, VT
Good food has always been central to Sarah Kaeck's home life in Vermont: her family life revolves around the garden and kitchen. All that cooking translated to food that needed to be kept fresh, and she wasn't about to get on board with any old plastic wrap. So she took fabric, coated it with beeswax, and found the viable alternative. We've never been so excited to store our food.View Full Profile
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