Fresh off the wok, greasy and filling.
Biodegradable plates for oily food?
A commonly asked question to us, “Is there biodegradable plates for oily food?”
Drop the worry as our biodegradable plate has an oil resistance for approximately 3 hours. Without any layer of wax on the plate, it’s turning out to be a favourite for numerous dishes.
Impressed already? Hold on, here is a little test.
Biodegradable Plate vs Char Koay Teow
A brief introduction about our biodegradable plates. Made from paddy straw from Malaysia, the sizes include 9″ biodegradable plates and 10″ biodegradable plates. The eco plate attains its brown colour from the raw material itself and holds a sturdy structure.
When one thinks of biodegradable plates for oily food, Penang’s Char Koay Teow should come to mind. Therefore, we opted to dine the greasy noodles using our 9″ biodegradable plate.
Disposable Dinnerware for Convenience
The generous serving of char koay teow consists of fish balls, prawns and crab sticks. The noodles, steaming hot and oily, was as delicious as its appearance.
Once the steam reduced, we chomped out the dish in minutes. It was quite comfortable to place the biodegradable plate on the palm as its substantial weight gave away an ideal balance. One can also hold onto the rim of the bioplate yet it does not wobble like paper disposable dinnerware.
So delicious, the wooden fork just scrapes every bit on the disposable plate.
Apart from the ease of disposing of the bioplate after the meal, there is a sense of satisfaction because this does not harm nature. The dinner plate is both biodegradable and compostable, therefore it is good for the environment and yourself.
For those of you looking for biodegradable plates and lunch boxes in Malaysia, look no further.
Biodegradable Plates for Oily Food Checked, How About Biodegradable Lunch Box?
Speaking of biodegradable lunch box, we also did a test with nasi kandar, with “kuah banjir”. Check out the link below to see how did the lunch box many spoonfuls of gravy.