For the foodies in your life, these items are perfect for cooking sustainably and entertaining. These items are great for serious cooks and even those who find themselves in the kitchen less frequently. I own a majority of these products and use them on a weekly basis. Check them out below and read on for more details about these items and links to purchase them.
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Silpat baking mats are amazing! I’ve had mine for years and they’re still in excellent condition. No more tin foil or parchment paper. I have a set of two for baking and a set of two for cooking savory dishes; you don’t want to mix them as the flavors can transfer. Silpat baking mats have been a game changer for me, I haven’t bought or used tinfoil and parchment paper in years!
Not only is this serving bowl sustainably made, but it’s also ethically made! I love wood bowls for serving food. The Little Market has other great options as well.
Bees wax food wraps are perfect for the foodie in your life! I’ve had mine for at least 3 years now and they’re still going strong. I love this roll to cut your own size or this three pack of wraps is perfect for someone who is just getting started in their sustainable living journey. I haven’t bought plastic wrap for years, huge!
Stasher bags come in all shapes and sizes. They can be used in the oven and freezer, they’re so versatile. I use them for storing frozen items, vegetables and fruits and more! We also use them to sous vide items. So so versatile!
These measuring spoons are unique and so beautiful. Wood is a sustainable material and these measuring spoons from The Little Market are sustainably and ethically made.
A self watering indoor garden is perfect for people who live in colder climates. Who wouldn’t want year-round fresh herbs!? Living in Florida, I’m fortunate to have an outdoor herb garden that survives through the winter. There’s nothing better than walking outside to grab fresh herbs for cooking. The foodie in your life will love it!
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What are your go-to gifts for foodies?