Ditch Plastic Wrap With Our New Reusable Fabric Bowl Covers
That flimsy plastic wrap might save your sandwich but it’s also polluting the planet! Terribly! I get it, it’s cheap and super easy to use, but it’s hard to recycle and is made from chemicals that are harmful to both humans and animals. When they break down in the environment those toxic chemicals leach into the social and water.
One of the first swaps I made in my home was bowl covers and beeswax wraps to replace this type of plastic. It’s been over 15 years and I have never looked back. My goal with this website is to provide my readers with truly sustainable options, its also important to note that we can’t buy our way to a greener future. But, in some cases, there are “eco” items that are necessary and make life a little easier too.
I teamed up with Rouve Hembling from Your Green Kitchen to make these gorgeous fabric bowl covers.
Rouvé is the owner maker and designer of Your Green Kitchen Zero-waste Kitchen Supplies. She was born and raised in South Africa and moved to Canada in 2004. Rouve also a Registered Holistic Nutritionist grew tired of all the plastic kitchen waste created during meal prep and storage that it inspired her to think and make food storage alternatives that are easy to use and reduces waste.
Currently, Rouve lives in Nakusp, a very small town in the Kootenay region of British Columbia where Your Green Kitchen is employing 6 people from the local community and continues to grow.
All the products sold by YOUR GREEN KITCHEN are made and printed by hand in Canada.
Plastic has such a detrimental impact on our planet and I am so thrilled to be able to bring these beautiful, sustainable bowl covers to you. These have been such a perfect addition to my home and I hope yours too.
To purchase these, click HERE.
These fabric bowl covers are a hassle-free way to keep your leftovers fresh. Simply cover your serving dishes with these 100% cotton covers when you’re done eating. These covers feature flexible elastic bands to keep them secured around bowls and can be thrown in the washing machine for an easy clean.