@dragnlaw we've been discussing maybe having the bees make us some comb w/honey in one of our supers on top of one hive. People seem to love it.Although honey is one of those things I must be careful with (that old throw me on the floor and kill me thing) I do indulge in honeycomb honey. I love chewing on the wax. Which reminds me - must go to farmers market this Saturday and hope the bee/honey lady is still there. I like her hard soaps too.
Thank you all of you!You could also use parchment baking paper.
If you do a quick search online you will find reusable beeswax coated sandwich wraps.
You could also buy or make fabric and vinyl reusable sandwich wraps or reusable sandwich boxes that contain some plastic but can be reused for years.
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I’m cheap and lazy so I would probably repurpose and reuse a disposable container or plastic bag. It’s not garbage until I throw it away
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I agree that we should find an alternative to plastic.Thank you all of you!
but use of plastics are good?
Bread, cheese and cured meats will stay good for hours, if not days. PB&J will also.I agree that we should find an alternative to plastic.
If a plastic container is already available I believe that we should continue to use and reuse it rather than discard it and use additional resources on the manufacture and distribution of an alternative material like wax paper. Don’t let perfect be the enemy of the good.
Maybe we could also examine our eating habits and gradually change our packed lunch choices to things that don’t require additional temporary packaging.
Learn to think outside of the lunchbox, an apple and a hard boiled egg might be better choices than a portable sandwich.
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” - Theodore Roosevelt