Welcome to the Relish Reusable Giveaway Hop hosted by Measuring Flower and Eco Crazy Mom! I have teamed up with a group of other green bloggers to bring you a bunch of fun, eco-friendly, and reusable giveaways worth a minimum of $25 each. So, after you've entered our awesome giveaway below, be sure to "hop" on to the next blog to enter their giveaway as well. You can find a list linking to all the other blogs towards the bottom of this post. Don't forget to enter the event's big grand grand prizes, including $200 of reusable products donated by Reuseit.com!
I am so excited to share with you a totally new company to me! Abeego
A revolutionary way to wrap up your left overs, your half eaten fruits, and cover your food dishes.. without using plastic wrap or tin foil! Reusable, food storage flats made from help, cotton, beeswax, tree resin and jojoba oil. Natural, and handcrafted in Canada. I HATE throwing out plastic wrap after we unwrap a product we wanted to preserve in the fridge. It is not recyclable, and it is so harmful to our environment, and especially to any animals that may get into it.
At room temperature you can easily mold the Abeego around the food you want to preserve. When it is cold it holds it's form and becomes less malleable.
Beautiful photos Toni sent over of ways to use the Abeego flats!
Using Abeego Flats
Taking care of your Abeego will allow it to last for over a year! I bet you never reused plastic wrap for that long. Simply handwash in cold water with eco friendly dish soap. These are not suitable for the microwave or dishwasher. Another great thing is that they are fluid resistant, so when you wrap the top of the spaghetti sauce bowl, and someone tips it, it won't leak out all over like it would with other food wraps. The Abeego may take on some of the colors of foods like tomato products, but the efficiency will be the same.
Enter to win 4 sets of Abeego Flats! Use some for yourself and give some to a friend. You will want to share this product for sure!
US and Canada!!
Ends April 15th
Disclaimer: This event’s hosts and the participating bloggers are not responsible for any sponsors that fail to fulfill their prizes, but will do their best to ensure that each winner receives their winnings.