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Bee’s Wrap is the Bee’s Knees!

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Pomegranate wrapped in Bee's Wrap

We love our leftovers in this house.  Come on — don’t give me that look — you know food tastes so much better when there aren’t any dishes waiting for you in the sink.  Leftovers are right up there with take-out and doggy bags.  But that means our refrigerator is always jammed, and we need lots of food storage options.   Aaaaaaaaaand I’m also trying to give up disposable paper and plastic products lately.  Not an easy combination.  But my friends at Mightynest have been a big help.   Remember my favorite water bottle?  They introduced me to Bee’s Wrap, too.  It’s so cool — it’s a reusable wrap that takes the place of plastics, baggies, and foil for storing food.  Think of it as sustainable Saran wrap…pretty smart, huh?  It means I can enjoy my leftovers, guilt free.

Mightynest Bee's Wrap

Bee’s Wrap is a brilliant idea — it’s organic cotton, infused with beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin — they permeate the fabric and make it naturally water resistant and reusable (just wipe it with cool water.)  It’s naturally antibacterial, too, so your food stays fresh.  Think of it as a sturdier, reusable form of waxed paper, but Bee’s Wrap is completely pliable, too, the warmth of your hands allows it to take whatever shape you want it to.  Oh, and t smells great, sort of fresh and woodsy.

Pomegranate wrapped in Bee's Wrap --- reuseable food wrap that's healthy, sustainable, and fun to use!

One of the things I like most about it is that Bee’s Wrap breathes, and is a much better, healthier, way to wrap food than plastic.  Take cheese, for instance, plastic will suffocate it and make it spoil faster.   I don’t know about you, but we spend a lot of money on our cheeses, and I want them to stay fresh.  And you know how you can never keep a leftover baguette crisp on the outside?  Bee’s Wrap is the answer to that too.

Bee's Wrap reusable wrapping is perfect for cheese and any other leftovers you need to store.

I’ve been working hard to get rid of disposables in my kitchen, I love my cloth napkins, and I recycle old towels and t-shirts for extra rags.  I’ve stopped buying sponges and paper towels altogether.

Cloth napkins are eco-friendly alternatives to paper

Bee’s Wrap has been a real godsend for all those jobs that used to require plastic and foil.

Bee's Wrap sustainable food storage

Mightynest is a one stop shop for cutting edge products, and I really love their creativity.  They’ve come up with a fun subscription program called MightyFix.  Its an awesome idea – for just $10/month they ship you a very cool product ALWAYS worth more than $10 (PLUS everything you’d like to add to your order ships for free too.)   What I love about it is that you can just sign up and then sit back and let them inspire you with ways to help you and your family live healthier.  It all comes right to your door for ten bucks a month.  It’s a good bet you’ll be the first on your block to know about these innovative products.

Bee's Wrap from Mightynest

TVFGI readers who sign up for Mightyfix, below will get your first month FREE!  That means you’ll get a set of the large and small Bees Wax wrappers delivered to you at no charge, and they are worth about $20 —so it’s a deal.  You can cancel any time you like, but I think you’re going to love the concept.  Who knows what they’ll come up with next month?


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    Laura (Tutti Dolci)
    October 24, 2015 at 5:26 pm

    “You know food tastes so much better when there aren’t any dishes waiting for you in the sink” <– YES! And I have to track down this wrap, what a brilliant idea!

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    sherry klusman
    October 24, 2015 at 7:41 am

    Wow, who would have thought! Can’t wait to try this product as my refrigerator is full of leftovers 24/7.

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    Tricia @ Saving room for dessert
    October 24, 2015 at 7:12 am

    This is a wonderful product Sue! I hate plastic wrap anyway but giving up paper towels – that’s a hard one! We gave up paper plates but napkins and paper towels would hurt – haha – this is a great product – can’t wait to give it a try!

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    Chris Scheuer
    October 23, 2015 at 8:51 pm

    This is such a cool idea. Oh, and I think that your rags are just too pretty!

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    Jean |
    October 23, 2015 at 7:22 pm

    Sue, I don’t like storing food in plastic. And when it comes to covering a dish, aluminum foil isn’t a choice that makes me all that much happier. At least I can reuse a piece of foil; can’t do much with a used piece of plastic wrap! Would love to try these. What stores carry them?

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    October 23, 2015 at 10:38 am

    I love my bee’s wrap!! I’ve started making my own bread and use it to wrap it up!!

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      October 23, 2015 at 11:25 am

      I love the way it keeps the baguettes fresh — that used to be such a problem for us!

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    October 23, 2015 at 10:35 am

    I’ve used these, and I agree about the smell! It’s really lovely. Such a great concept.

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      October 23, 2015 at 11:26 am

      I struggled with how to describe the natural scent — It’s very soothing :)