Save Waxed Paper Liners from Boxes

The waxed paper liners from cereal and cracker boxes have so many uses. I use them for rolling out dough. I wet the countertop with a damp sponge so it sticks better. I also use them for wrapping meat to freeze, and cutting into squares to separate hamburgers before freezing. The paper is very good quality. After you finish your box of cereal, take out the liner, and open it up so it can lie flat. It's best to do this over the sink to catch any crumbs. Wipe down with a sponge and allow to dry before using. Make sure you recycle the box, too!
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November 17, 20190 found this helpful

I save and use these wax paper liners from boxes for storing food for the freezer. I put the food in these so the plastic doesn't touch the food, then put a label on it and then wrap it in plastic wrap so the wrap doesn't touch the food.

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