Favorite Things: Abeego

Abeego reusable wraps

Abeego is the coolest product! Have you ever heard of it? I definitely had NOT heard of it until Kristy-Anne gave it to me for my birthday. And it rocks my kitchen. Abeego is hemp and cotton fibres coated with beeswax and other natural products to make it a reusable non-plastic wrap for food. You wrap it on stuff like you would saran wrap, it kind of just sticks to itself to keep shape, and when you’re done, wash it in cold soapy water and reuse! It’s definitely my newest greenest discovery. The pack KA gave me came in 3 sizes. The smallest is wrapped around half an avocado, the medium one is wrapped around a block of cheese, and the biggest one I pinched into pocket and is holding half a loaf of bread. Amazing stuff.

If you’re looking for green kitchen tools, it’s not too late to ask Santa for some Abeego!

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Heather
    Dec 17, 2010 @ 16:14:56

    Yes! I have seen these and often thought about what a great idea they are but wasn’t sure how they would work out. Good to know. We are currently big fans of glass “tupperware” style holders, so have made a huge impact on diminishing packed lunch waste. Yay us!

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  2. Colleen
    Dec 18, 2010 @ 20:00:30

    where do you buy this Abeego wonder?

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  3. Toni Desrosiers
    Dec 18, 2010 @ 20:12:35

    Wow! Thanks for the great shout out! Let us know if you have any questions about Abeego, we are always happy to chat.

    Colleen, you can find Abeego on our website, http://www.abeego.ca. Be sure to check out our retailer page. You may find Abeego in your neighbourhood and have the pleasure of shopping locally!

    Warmly,
    Toni
    Abeego Designs

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  4. Holly
    Jan 03, 2011 @ 21:09:51

    Just catching up on my reading. Can’t believe I fell so far behind on your blog. Far enough to be too late to ask for these little gems for Christmas. How long ’til mother’s day?

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