The best way to wrap up your Thanksgiving leftovers
After the glory of Thanksgiving gluttony comes the need to store all those leftovers. It’s so easy to get frustrated finding a space for all of it in your fridge, especially if you can’t even find the right containers for your turkey leg and mashed potato remainders.
If you’re anything like me, you make a valiant effort to use Tupperware or other reusable containers to store that last slice of pumpkin pie, and shy away from busting out the Saran Wrap or aluminum foil except from when it’s absolutely necessary.
And if you’re anything like me, your tupperware organization system is a disaster, with mismatched containers and lids hastily shoved together. I can never find the right size container for my leftovers, much less the right lid for any of the containers available. Sometimes I give up and just eat the leftovers, rather then try to deal with storing them in a safe,eco-friendly way. And we all know that’s not realistic when we’re talking about the sheer volume that Thanksgiving leftovers tend to come in.
Not only do these easy-to-store magical flats conform to any shape—they’ll handle brussels sprouts, turkey slices, cheesecake, and everything in between—but they’re easy to clean and biodegradeable, too.
So much better than using plastic lids that I can’t find. I don’t even like using the plastic lids for my pyrex glass containers because of the chemicals they might leach into my foods. The worst thing in Abeego flats, by comparison, is beeswax, which I’m pretty comfortable putting into my body.
So long, chaotic tupperware cabinet! I’ve moved on to better things.
Good luck wrapping up your leftovers!
p.s. Also, there’s free shipping over at Ethical Ocean right now. Just sayin’.
p.p.s. Since you’ll be eating turkey sandies for lunch for weeks, you might as well pack them in cute bento boxes.