Throw in your loose veggies Finally, a wrap bag to keep all your loose items in one place. Ideal for your tiny to mid-sized perishables. Alternatively, take it to the grocery store with you to avoid undue plastic bags. ---------------------------------
What do I use KALIKA beeswax wrap for? Greens wilting or mushrooms drying out before you get the chance to use them? Halves of lemons, avocados, and apples rotting in corners of your fridge? A beeswax wrap can be a great way to reduce food waste. It is breathable so your food doesn’t sweat and it keeps its fresh longer. Give your fridge a quick skim and see which foods can get a second chance. These wraps are great to pack sandwiches and snacks in, too.
Our wraps are made to last and be loved unconditionally for as long as you're willing to stay loyal. With proper care, it typically lasts up to one to two years and can be re-waxed, or simply sent to your compost bin once it’s no longer sticky.
KALIKA Beeswax Wrap Ingredients We use 100% natural ingredients to make our wraps, by hand! We begin by pre-cutting our purposefully measured woven cotton fabric to size, and then infusing the fabric in a special blend of Sumatran jungle wild forest beeswax, tree resin and coconut oil.
What to wrap and not to wrap Wrap: Greens of any kind (leafy and stalky), aged cheese quarters, aromatics, herbs, breadloaf, mushrooms, fruit and veggie halves.
Do not wrap raw meats (beef, chicken, turkey etc.), fresh fish, hot foods and any liquids. Read more tips in kalikawrap.com
How to take care KALIKA beeswax wrap Remember our nifty mnemonic: WRAP! Wipe it with a clean dish towel or wash in cool water without any soap. Remove grease by adding some mildly soapy water and gently clean with your fingers. Avoid actions that excessively manipulate the wrap, hot water and strong dish soap. Place it to air dry before reusing.