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  • Stand4
  • NoCamels
  • Natalie Dunn
  • Amy Leibrock
  • Shannon McGill
  • Sachi Kobayashi

20 people think this is good

  • Stand4
  • NoCamels
  • Natalie Dunn
  • Amy Leibrock
  • Shannon McGill
  • Sachi Kobayashi

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  • Shannon McGill

    I've intended to make some for a while. Yes, it does cost more and doesn't last as long. But I think we have to, at some point, reassess that some things shouldn't last as long as we're used to. Foods with preservatives, plastics, etc. I would rather buy/make more expensive wrap than buy some that will outlive me. But that's also a matter of what's affordable.

  • Nanette

    Mixed feelings. Plastic and aluminum wrap fills landfills, whereas constant washing of the Bee's Wrap wastes water. Further, I can imagine having a fridge full of these things, so that not knowing what's inside each one without opening it, most everything gets thrown away. Further, since they're good only for about year, you'll spend $150 a year for 10 of them. On the flip side, my $5 roll of plastic wrap lasts me a couple of years.

  • Tom Maybrier

    I hate plastic wrap and aluminium foil for the same reasons, but mostly because it's so wasteful. But this is great! I might have to get some.