If gravy and saucy dishes are on the menu, then our bio disposable plates are your best friends. This video will let you know why?
Hey curries, I was waiting for you.
Curries are one thing Indian cuisine has no shortage of. Be it breakfast, lunch or dinner, you are bound to find a bowl of curry. Having given our biodegradable lunch box the spotlight with tomato rice set takeout, this time our bio plate is in charge. We got an order of Onion Thosai, an Indian pancake with lots of diced onions inside. And yes, curry and thick condiments are part of the sides.
At the end of the video, you should acknowledge the anti-leak structure of the 10-inch biodegradable plate.
Thick Bio Disposable Plates Never Disappoint
First thing first, the eco plate has a firm rim that ensures the gravy does not seep out. Unlike ordinary paper plates, the sturdiness of the biodegradable plate makes sure the dish remains intact. Next, the consistency of the plate until the last mouthful. The crepe was heavy, mildly greasy and large. The dish was filling and it took approximately 15 minutes to finish. Throughout the dining process, with extra ladles of curry, the plate remained compatible.
In the previous curry test, the biodegradable dinnerware was only tested with a bowl of curry. This time a hearty thosai accompanied the meal.
Presentable and Proportionate Biodegradable Plates
Perch the bio plates beside a catering buffet and you are done. The calibre of the eco friendly plate dismisses the thought that disposable plates are not suitable for formal events. Have you felt awkward when dinner plates are inconsistent in a party? At times, the reusable plates may have stains of previous meals. Well, disposable plates removes any potential unhygienic experiences and reduces cleaning hassle. Be sure to add wooden spoons and wooden forks too.
Uniform, unwavering and authentic – bio disposable plates have an appeal of their own.
Plastic plates may be synonymous with low cost, but their effects aren’t so optimistic. Placing hot dishes onto plastic dinnerware emits harmful substances that could potentially harm you. Most importantly, plastic disposable plates are not so cool for the earth. It can take up to 1,000 years to decompose. Unlike some plates in the market, there is no wax layer on the surface of the dinnerware. The bio plate has an oil resistance of roughly 3 hours. With this luxury of time, guests could complete desserts on the 6 inch plate long ago.
We hope this video gives you an idea of our bio plate. In sure does tick all the boxes for a properly disposable dinnerware – gravy-resistant, thick and delivers a message. “Go Green”
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