REDUCE: DIY Beeswax wrap
Cling film, cling wrap, cellophane, saran wrap; whatever you call it, it's all plastic. And during the festive season, millions of tonnes will be used throughout households across Australia bursting with a fridge full of Xmas leftovers.
So for a plastic-free pantry, use beeswax wraps, a natural alternative to plastic wrap for food storage.
A simple square or rectangle of cotton coated with beeswax is a traditional method to keep food fresh. And for extra bonus points, why not make your own?
There’s a huge selection of easy-to-prepare, DIY mixes and kits on the market both online and in store which allow you to simply iron-on and enjoy.
Check out online stockists Little Bumble and Beeutiful.
FACT: Washable and reusable, beeswax wrapping is a historical technique used in the 19th century to preserve food. And it’s just as effective today.
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