When I used to bake bread (before going gluten free) I would just keep the bread oiled and recoil if necessary. I always hated the way the plastic wrap would stick to the dough.lol Waxed paper would most likey work too.
This is GREAT! I'm almost plastic free, too, but still grab a baggie once in a while. Last night I was setting up some dough for sourdough crackers and put the dough in a plastic bag to sour so it wouldn't get a dry crust. It worked, but I'd like to find a better way that doesn't include plastic. I have done some beeswax coated cloth wraps and maybe I'll try that next time.
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