Looking for an easy way to reduce your plastic use in the kitchen? Beeswax wraps can be a great alternative to plastic or foil food wraps. They are also super easy and fun to make! Here's how we made ours: What You'll Need: -30g beeswax, grated (this can be bought from stores such as Bunnings but can also be purchased online) -lightweight cotton fabric -non-stick baking paper -Scissors or pinking shears -baking tray -brush or spoon Method: Preheat the oven to 200°F or 90°C. Cut the fabric into the shape/size you desire. This will depend on what you want the wrap for e.g. to cover bowls, fruit, containers, etc. Pinking shears will help prevent your swatches from fraying, but scissors will also get the job done. Line your baking tray with parchment paper and place the fabric on top. Beeswax can be difficult to get off so make sure you line the tray well or use an old one. Sprinkle the beeswax evenly over the fabric. This isn't an exact science so don't worry too much, you can also use a spoon or brush to more evenly coat the fabric when the wax melts. Place the sheet in the oven for about 4-10 minutes. Make sure you watch very closely as wax can burn very quickly. Once you're happy the wax has melted and is evenly spread, take the wrap out of the oven and allow to cool. This shouldn't take long. Now you're ready to use! Wash your wraps by hand in cool water with a mild dish soap. Place them on a drying rack or clothesline to dry. Avoid any heat such as hot water, microwaves, or ovens that will cause the beeswax to melt, ruining your wraps.
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