Archive for May 12th, 2013

BWPI have a roll of foil wrap in a kitchen drawer that is the bane of my existence. The foil is on a defective roll and it is one of those rolls where the foil rips in the middle every time you pull a sheet and you have to spend a few minutes unraveling the resulting mess. I should have thrown the thing out years ago, but I am stubborn. So I suffer through it every time I need a piece of foil. Thankfully I don’t use foil very often.

However, thanks to my friend Lynda, I have found a new and better way to wrap food for storage: Bee’s Wrap – a moldable, reusable and totally cool kitchen wrap solution.

About Bee’s Wrap: “Bee’s Wrap is made of organic cotton muslin, beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin. This combination of ingredients creates a malleable food wrap that can be used again and again. Simply mold the Bee’s Wrap to the top of your dish by using the warmth and pressure of your hands to create a seal. When the Bee’s Wrap cools (within seconds) it holds its seal. Use the same method to wrap cheese, vegetables, bread, and baked goods.”

With Bee’s Wrap I can finally throw out that roll of foil so I won’t be stung by it again.

Learn more about Bee’s Wrap here.

See all the products of Bee’s Wrap here.

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