Thanks to Earth Easy, I’ve been playing around with a new product called the Abeego Wrap. The Abeego Wrap is a natural alternative to plastic wraps, such as Saran, and plastic storage bags.
The Abeego is a flat piece that resembles canvas, but it’s made of beeswax, jojoba oil, hemp, cotton, and tree resin. It can be wrapped and fitted around any number of objects. In my kitchen, it became the designated onion-wrapper whenever we had an unused piece of onion. In spite of this use, the Abeego didn’t retain the smell or flavor of onion and we used it with other foods.
Because it’s so sturdy, I expect mine to last for a very long time.
I’ve been using the Abeego Wrap, which is, incidentally, very attractive in an all-natural way. Mine has purple stitching on one side, two round purple buttons, and a purple cord that can be used to help secure the Wrap. Abeego Flats are also available and are demonstrated in this video:
In your emergency kit, the Abeego could be used to wrap anything damp, partially eaten food, or used as a sort of envelope to enclose several smaller items. It could be slipped into a diaper bag, backpack, or purse, and would be helpful to have when camping. Think of it as a Zip-Loc bag or a roll of Saran Wrap that you can use over and over and over.
Wash the Abeego with warm, soapy water; it’s not dishwasher safe.
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