Have you ever used or seen beeswax wraps? They’re used to wrap foods instead of wasteful plastic film or aluminum foil.
A wrap covers bowls and casserole dishes, keeps cheese from drying out in the fridge or banana bread moist on the counter, and preserves anything else you need to keep fresh.
The wraps are made with beeswax, vegetable oil, and tree resin and are an essential part of a natural kitchen. They also smell amazing when they’re being made!
Join Kira in the schoolhouse and make some beeswax wraps of your own to take home.
The workshop includes two wraps made by you and the recipe so you can make them at home. There will also be tasty snacks and drinks.
The cost is $60.00 plus HST.