Waxed Cloth Bowl Covers
Why consider a change: Plastic wrap is a useful product, but it can rarely be reused and is designed for such a short period of time, and yet lasts for decades (or longer) after it has been used for that short period of time. To remove the plastic from your food storage routine, bowl covers can assist you in providing a much more usable, long term option.
The Product: These beeswax cloth covers are excellent for longer term fridge storage and the ability to seal onto bowl edges with the warmth of your hand versus a cloth cover. These reduce the reliance on plastic wrap and tinfoil and are simple to wash in the sink with a mild dish soap.
Uses: fridge food storage, salads and veggies, fermentation (unwaxed covers), keeping bugs off your outdoor supper, covering bread rolls or buns, soaking beans or legumes, bringing a dish to a potluck, camping, leftovers, rising dough or baking (unwaxed), covering a mixer bowl (unwaxed). In a pinch, the cover can also be used in a similar fashion to a beeswax wrap and cover the top of a cut fruit or envelop leftovers.The Company: Your Green Kitchen is a small, female-owned and operated, Canadian business.