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The Guide to Actually Enjoying Your Lunch at Work
Our secret to work-week lunches starts with a few simple strategies, the right “equipment,” a well-stocked desk pantry, recipes we can’t wait to eat—oh, and some snacks we wouldn’t get through the day without.
25 of the Coolest Ways to Reduce Single-Use Plastic
Have you been giving single-use plastic the side eye lately? Us, too. The ubiquitous material has found its way into our landfills and oceans, and it's more important than ever to slow it down. Luckily, more and more brands are woke to the issue and are not only developing alternative solutions, but are creating products that are modern and, dare we say, straight up cool. We've rounded up the best products that let you keep doin' you, while also doing some serious good for the planet.
How to Store Fresh Produce So it Lasts Longer
Knowing the best way to store fresh fruit, veggies, and herbs so they last longer is only half the battle; actually doing it is also kind of important. Right now, with so many people sequestered inside and groceries more precious than ever, it’s even more imperative to preserve the life of your food.
Best Reusable Products for BBQ Parties & Picnics
Disposable plates, forks and cups may be cheap and easy, but if you'd like to reduce, reuse and recycle a little more, here are a few of our favorite sustainable items to make sure your picnic is not only tasty but also green and stylish.
10 Smart Tools for Keeping Food Fresh for Longer
There’s nothing more frustrating than buying fresh ingredients, only to have them quickly go bad—it’s a waste of food and money. That’s why it’s best practice to try and use them as soon as possible, or store them in the freezer for future use. However, there are also a few tools that can help, too, from vacuum sealers, which give bags an airtight seal, to herb keepers and produce cups. Read on to find out where you can get them.
The Best Reusable Beeswax Wrap
I lived my life with the beeswax wraps for a month. Any leftover I had, I wrapped in the beeswax wraps. Wedges of Parm? Halved lemons? Half a cucumber? Half of any vegetable? All of it got wrapped in beeswax wrap.
The Perfect Amazon Find for Cheese-Lovers
Assuming you have any cheese leftovers hanging around after you assemble a cheese board (how?), the next step is figuring out how best to store it.
What a Recipe Developer Uses to Organize Her Kitchen
I use Bee’s Wrap almost anywhere you’d use plastic wrap — blocks of cheese, cut fruit and vegetables, loaves of bread and baked goods.
Let's Eat! Pantry Pick Wrap Stars
If you don’t want to swaddle everything in layers of plastic, there’s an eco-friendlier option: beeswax wrap, a coated cotton cloth that’s flexible and slightly adhesive and shapes easily around food.
The Perfect Plastic-Wrap Alternative
I never knew how much single-use plastic I had in my fridge until I started using Bee’s Wrap.
6 Foodie Finds
Keep that leftover lemon half, wedge of cheese, or bowl of salad fresh with this plastic wrap alternative.
How to Picnic Like a Pro
We’ll just say it: A picnic is no picnic! Unless you have this lifesaving gear.
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