A substitute for freezer paper

I am from Lisbon - Portugal and here we can't find freezer paper.
Can it be replaced, and if so, with what?
Thanks and good crafting. ☺
  4 answers
  • Manon Lavigne Manon Lavigne on Aug 25, 2016
    if you are talking about the paper that is redish/brownish with on side that is glossy, I buy it at my grocery store,it comes in a big roll,costs about 30$ but last me about 2 yrs. I use it to wrap my moose meat every fall and other meat as well
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Aug 25, 2016
    Have you looked on-line for the freezer paper?
  • Theresa Stewart Theresa Stewart on Aug 25, 2016
    Perhaps Parchment paper would work...it is a heavy paper, white and crispy when worked with. Hope this helps...perhaps check with the meat butcher at your local grocery market.
  • Jane R. Jane R. on Aug 30, 2016
    If you have a store with a butcher section ask them where to get butcher paper. It's the same thing as freezer paper. It's white and glossy on one side. You put the meat on the glossy side then wrap and seal with freezer tape. If you can't find freezer tape you can use masking tape or duck tape.