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Reusable food wraps

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www.motherearthnews.com/diy/reusable-fo ... 0z1908zsta

While I know of places to buy these, this is the first time I've seen how to actually make them. I personally prefer just using containers; they are easier to clean out, albeit bulkier.
Have any of you tried making these food wraps? How did they turn out? It looks quite labor intensive so I'm wondering how one could cut corners without cutting quality.

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Re: Reusable food wraps

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i've question for your how many times can you use these ones?

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Annie wrote: July 30th, 2022, 2:19 am i've question for your how many times can you use these ones?
Great question! I searched to get some answers for you.
With regular usage & proper care, they could last approximately a year. 100 uses.
This site is for another wrap but can give you some good tips on how to take care of them:
https://www.another-way.com/en/how-use-beeswax-wrap/

At the end of their life, most people cut them into smaller strips & compost. It's made with cloth so would decompose eventually, especially if it's made with organic cotton. Others have used them as a great fire starter.

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