This is a little post about Plastic Wrap. If you are like me, you end up fighting with your plastic wrap more often than you simply use it as intended. In the past if I wanted to cover or wrap something bigger than a can or glass, it meant tearing off a piece of plastic wrap, pulling it apart from itself and hoping it stays opened and apart until I wrap whatever I am wrapping.
Last week, I had this epiphany. Like all good ideas, it works wonderfully, and using Plastic Wrap is not longer another frustration in my day. The picture is not very self explanatory, but the best I can do, only having two hands.
Here is what you do:
Find a plate or bowl as large or larger than what you are wrapping or covering.
Pull a small portion of Plastic Wrap loose from the box.
Grab the plastic wrap and the plate or bowl together and pull the plastic wrap across the surface.
Tear off once you have the size you want.
The Plastic Wrap will more or less stay attached to the clean plate or bowl, and you can simply turn your plate or bowl upside down over your food and press the Plastic Wrap down to seal or wrap your food.
The hassle of a tangled mess of Plastic Wrap is now a thing of the past!