(Sometimes you come across a product so wonderful that you just have to share. This is one of those products.)
As a part of simplifying life and returning to a more natural way of living, I've been trying to eliminate as much plastic in my home as possible, particularly in my kitchen.
In my search for alternatives, I've tried several methods of storing food - from collecting vintage Pyrex to using waxed paper and plastic wrap. But the Pyrex proved disappointing due to the glass lids (& my clumsiness) and the fact that they require more of my coveted cabinet space. And with the plastic wrap, I was never able to master the art of a tight seal. Honestly, does plastic wrap stick to anything other than itself?
So when I read about Bee's Wrap, a natural alternative to plastic wrap, I was captivated by its organic properties and its small, easy-to-store size. So just what is Bee's Wrap?
With the naturally occurring antibacterial properties of Bee's Wrap, clean up is a simple wash with cool soapy water. And storage is even easier - once air dried, store in a drawer.
Handcrafted by owner, Sarah Kaeck and her team of industrious ladies, Bee's Wrap is locally produced in Sarah's home town in Vermont. I've been using mine for several weeks now and they are holding up wonderfully.
Thanks, Sarah, for a great handcrafted product! I can't tell you how pleased I am with its qualities - all gifts from nature.