Diy beeswax wrap

Learn how to make your own beeswax wrap with these simple and eco-friendly DIY ideas. Reduce plastic waste and keep your food fresh with homemade beeswax wraps.
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If you're like me, you're always looking for ways to reduce waste and live a more sustainable lifestyle. Today, I’m sharing how I make my own beeswax wraps. Not only are they a great way to keep your food fresh, but they also help cut down on plastic usage in your kitchen. Check out my latest blog post for a step-by-step guide on how to make these reusable wraps and embrace a more eco-friendly lifestyle.

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Beeswax wraps are a great alternative to clingwrap to cover food and keep it fresh. They can be made at home easily using wax chips, pine rosin and a few household tools. Words & photos: Sheryl Burson Before starting, decide on the size of the fabric pieces. 33cm x 35cm is a useful size. 17cm x 17cm is great for leftover fruits, avocados, etc. A 52cm x 30cm works well for small baguettes. This 'recipe' should be enough for 10 squares, 30cm x 30cm each. Measure and mark the fabric with a…

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