Karen needs your help!
We took the dive into a CSA, and it is so fun. However, this influx of new produce has us racing through paper towels — lots of items call for wrapping in damp paper towels for storage.
We’ve started talking about cutting disposables out — but it seems daunting to lose such a convenient product! How do I get started?
So, the easy answer here is, “Use cloth.” Sure, but what KIND of cloth do people use when you give up paper towels?
Me, I love tea towels. I don’t have any fancy ones — just some $3/pack jobbies from the grocery — but they’re thin, lightweight, all-cotton — and because of this they’re super flexible. Cotton tea towels work just as well for wrapping radishes as they do for dabbing my hands dry.
Homies, what have you got? If you don’t use paper towels, what do you use?