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Cleaning & Caring For Your Femino Beeswax Wraps

We believe that good food deserves good care, and by giving your Femino Bees Wrap some TLC, it will be at your disposal in your kitchen, for years on end. Cleaning your wraps is quick and easy. Simply rinse, scrub, dry, and repeat - and they will last forever. Here are the details: #1 Rinse Rinse your Beeswax wrap in cool to lukewarm water. Be sure to test the water with your finger to ensure it's not too hot. To prevent the wax from melting, keep your wrap away from other heat sources such as stoves and microwaves. Also, microwaving may make your kitchen smell wonderful, but it will ruin your wrap. So, avoid it. #2 Scrub If you have...

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The Humble Bumble (Part 3) - Fruits Of Their Labour

Most people think of honey when they think of bees & what they do. But it doesn't end there. In fact, bees create and collect a wide range of elements & substances as the products of their labour. It takes more than soil, water, and sunshine to make the world green and as seen earlier, bees play a vital role in environmental sustainability. The benefits of bees are numerous, and they provide a wide range of crucial items for the public. Beeswax Over through time, beeswax has been utilised for a variety of intriguing reasons. Beeswax can be found in furniture wax, beauty items, lip balm, chewing gum, and the waxy coating on cheese rounds. It is a glandular secretion...

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The Humble Bumble -Part 1

The sight of bees buzzing around the table makes even the bravest among us run away. They are so tiny & it does hurt when they sting, but did you know that bees carry the weight of the world on their backs? We should all be grateful to bees since without them, we would have died long ago. In this series let’s look at how mankind benefits from the busy bee. Bees and the Economy Through insect pollination, honeybees contribute significantly to the annual income of countries all over the world. Many flowering food crops, such as apples, pears, field beans, runner and dwarf beans, broad beans, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and others, rely on honeybees for pollination. Even if...

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Top 5 Tips For Reducing Plastic-use & Waste At Home

The Western world is at the forefront of some very ground-breaking eco-friendly initiatives. Our local communities are making big lifestyle changes in order to produce less waste. Some people cut plastic, while others work in slow fashion, run repair cafes, or conduct upskilling seminars. People of all ages can gain the skills and adopt the mindset to make, create, and care for what they have rather than throw it away and buy new. The world is adopting simple alternatives to mass-produced, store-bought, highly packaged commodities. If you take on each of the five points below one at a time, you'll soon notice a significant reduction in the amount of plastic in your life as well: Top 5 Tips for reducing...

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Covered In The Kitchen - Beeswax Wraps

Wondering how to best utilize your beeswax wraps? Femino’s Beeswax Food Wraps are a great way to cut down on waste in the kitchen. But, replacing your plastic wrap with this eco-friendly option is just the start! Beeswax wraps are slowly becoming a major part of western households, so here are some DIYs to inspire you. It More Than Just Wraps – It Hugs & Seals Fruits come in strange shapes, and chopping them can make their form even stranger. A plastic food wrap is not only awful for the environment, but it also fails to seal and stick around sliced fruits and vegetables. Wax wraps, on the other hand, are sticky and flexible by nature, embracing the curve of...

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