I was also wondering about the greaseproof LL. I looked at your link Trisha but it was American so found a UK company that also make them, although they didn't have the cute chinese style tie. They were £10.00 for two wraps, which sounds rather expensive, but....I notice you can wash and re-use them which is a great idea.
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I am looking for something to wrap cheese, cooked meats etc. LL, it's funny that you should mention greaseproof paper I didn't really give that a thought. When sliced bread became popular, it came wrapped in greaseproof paper. We would wrap sandwiches in it.
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I use greaseproof paper to wrap also baking parchment, which can be recycled, if I have something large, say the Christmas turkey, I use a small linen tablecloth, or a tea towel to wrap smaller things like a tray of leftover barbecue meats, or joint of meat.
Here comes 'goody two shoes' ~ I am not going to replace the cling film roll when it runs out, which is soon, I am an totally obsessed recycler, and trying very hard to give up uneccasary use of plastic bags and wrappings.