What about using cereal box liners for wax paper.

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  • Bev Bev on Oct 16, 2017
    Never thought about it, but it would be food safe. The only question would be if it has plastic in it, I wouldn't use it for cooking as it may melt. Try a sample in the oven first.
  • Patricia Post Patricia Post on Oct 16, 2017
    There might be a little adhesive on the back where they affix it to the box.
  • Lisa S. Lisa S. on Oct 16, 2017
    My mother is 88 years old. They used a liner that came in loaf bread, that was waxed paper - to wrap sandwiches in during the depression. They brought it home from school, it was wiped off, and then used again!
  • 27524803 27524803 on Oct 16, 2017
    I was not aware that you could use Waxed Paper in the oven... Parchment paper yes, and in the bottom of a cake pan under the cake batter, okay... but the high heat would melt the wax coating all over the place... and the stuff from a cereal box may contain plastic.... the last thing you need is plastic melted all over your food.
  • Fauxgal Fauxgal on Oct 16, 2017
    Technically, it is not food safe, because it has already been used. I don't know what the quality is, but not worth a fire in your oven.
  • Kim Kim on Oct 16, 2017
    I use the lining from cereal boxes in my kitchen. They are quite old as my baby is 29. The ends are cut off and the seam cut out to make a sheet of paper. They are great for rolling dough out. Sandwich your dough between two sheets for easy rolling! They can be used to roll up Jelly rolls, cinnamon buns, rolled steaks and turkey breasts, etc. as well!
    They cannot be used with heat. They are a form of plastic and will melt. You can’t use them to sandwich leaves and iron like waxed paper.
    If you are looking for a reusable sandwich wrap and bowl cover, I would suggest beeswax wrap. It is fairly simple to make and easy to use.
    : )
  • Hib29060886 Hib29060886 on Oct 17, 2017
    The cereal liners are only good in the microwave. We were originally talking about using them to make Thanksgiving decoration. Those little tea lights don't make enough heat to harm anything.