7 Ways Abeego Slays Soup Season

7 Ways Abeego Slays Soup Season

Eating with the seasons is one of our favorite ways to forge a deeper connection with nature; gratefully adjusting our diet & recipes as nature offers her timely abundance. 

Just like we devour tart raspberries and juicy peaches in the heat of summer, we savor hearty root vegetables and mushrooms as crisp fall air whistles in.

The cooling temperatures outside signal the maturity of these root vegetables and inspire soups, stews, and other bubbling cauldrons of warm nutrition.

It’s officially soup season, and Abeego is autumn’s best friend. 


soup ingredients splayed out with Abeego wrapping herbs

1. Fold a bag with the Giant Abeego to collect & contain veggie scraps in the fridge. Once full, simmer up the scraps to make soup stock! It’s a delicious and nutritious way to keep your compost empty & belly full.

2. Store fresh thyme, sage, and bay leaves with the Medium Abeego and add to a hearty soup.

3. Bundle a bunch of carrots, beets, or turnips with the Large Abeego to add a sweet root vegetable kick to your next stovetop medley.

box of Large Abeego wraps next to root vegetables

4. Add your favorite squash to a stew and shield the other half with the Large or Medium Abeego for your next recipe (roasted squash with yogurt and honey for breakfast, anyone?). It won't even notice it's been sliced!

5. Wrap your sliced onion with the Small Abeego and keep your fridge smelling onion-free.

small Abeego wrapping a halved onion and a medium Abeego holding mushrooms

6. Fold a pouch with the Large Abeego and shovel mushrooms inside to keep their earthy taste alive.

7. Once completely cooled, cover the leftover pot with a Large Abeego and enjoy soup the whole week through. 



Abeego is the original reusable beeswax food wrap. Like food’s own peel, skin and rind, Abeego breathes and protects, extending the life of fresh food so you can enjoy it to the very last bite.




It is with deep respect and gratitude that we create, build and operate our business in the communities of Southern Vancouver Island, which as a business we acknowledge is located within the ancestral and unceded territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən (Lekwungen) (Esquimalt and Songhees), Malahat, Pacheedaht, Scia'new, T’Sou-ke and W̱SÁNEĆ (Pauquachin, Tsartlip, Tsawout, Tseycum) peoples. 

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