Plastic cling film is so old school, and it’s usually one of the most annoying kitchen tools getting entangled around your fingers and everywhere else apart from the actual food you want to cover.
An eco-friendly alternative is a beeswax wrap: that is reusable, washable and compostable, and doesn’t get wrapped up like its plastic counterpart. There are many cool brands out there, so try to find a small local maker to support. Pebbly makes a beeswax roll similar to the good old cling film or get some smaller patches that are already cut and ready to use. Some of our local brands are Elev and Smoko.
If you’d rather go DIY, you can easily make the wrap yourself using pieces of organic cotton and beeswax. We even found a recipe for bee-free wrap using carnauba wax.