biodegradable food cover uses:
– keep cat from drinking out of water glass on nightstand XS
– keep spinach fresh in two XL pinched together 2 XL
– much easier to cover/seal food for people with arthritis and carpal tunnel S/M
– wrap bread in brown paper than XL food cover to keep it fresh for 4 – 5 days XL
– wrap XL around slightly dampened head of romaine sealing the root end. Leave the other end open. XL
– fold rectangle into pouch to replace sandwich bag M/L/XL
– cover fermentations S/M
– seal pet wet food tins XS
– sun tea jar lid. Sun’s heat self-adheres lid to jar XS/S
– unscrew tight lid S/M
– cover remains of smoothie XS/S
– store soaps while traveling M/L
– avocado/guacamole stay green until next day, particularly if kept in fridge. Half apple stays white. S/M
– cover rising bread XL
– skid prevention pad behind sink in RV S/M/L
- cover and seal bowls, plates, pie plates, casserole pans, salad bowls
- wrap celery, radishes, a loaf of bread, carrots, bananas, a block of cheese, etc.
- wrap herbs, ginger root, tumeric root, onions, cabbage
- cap that unfinished glass of ice tea/ milk/ juice/ coffee
- cap teapot spout
- as placemats
- wrap eating utensils for traveling
- wrap presents
- bill pouch
Note: if in an outside hot still area, bees will stop by to sniff. As they realize there is no food they fly off. Thank them for making the wax. Planting native perennials that flower in early spring and late fall gives bees food at the most crucial times.
You may cut Beeskeeper wraps with scissors.
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Why always changing patterns? I repurpose existing 100% cotton. Sheets and fabric remnants mostly. One consistent pattern is that of pine needles – makes for a beautiful abstract. As a reminder that a cup of steeped green pine needle tea may help minimize flu symptom. Free from your outdoor pharmacy.