Most popular uses for a Large Beeswax Wrap

March 19, 2020

Most popular uses for a Large Beeswax Wrap

The easiest way to conceptualise the size of our Large Beeswax Wrap is to think of a school ruler and then add a bit!  If you're feeding a family or you tend to shop only once a week or so (ie you're buying larger or whole veggies) then this will probably be your favourite size. 

It is also the size of choice for sandwiches made with sliced sourdough or a large pita bread wrap.

If you're wrapping fruit or veggies with a hard skin (like pumpkin or watermelon, you don't really need to completely cover the skin... just make sure you're completely covering the softer, fleshy part.

The types of fruit or veggies that would go in your 'a little larger than a school ruler' wrap are:

  • a regular sized cauliflower (you'd need an XL or Baby Uber for one of those gargantuan ones that happen during their season)... you could also use a Large food wrap to cover 1/2 a large cauliflower
  • 1/4 - 1/2 a Kent or Jap pumpkin
  • a head of broccoli
  • most lettuces
  • half a cabbage
  • 1/2 large melon
  • wedge of medium watermelon



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