POPSUGAR Food Poll What Do You Wrap Food In? by partysugar 9/08/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Source Read More Saran WrapFood StorageFoilLeftoversPoll Leftovers Don't Keep Turkey Leftovers Around Longer Than This Time How to Reheat Your Turkey So It Doesn't Suck Turkey and Rice Soup: The Easiest Use For Thanksgiving Leftovers Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Blondies. Enough Said. POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Love and Sex DIY Home Food Tech Vegetarian Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. AmberHoney 7 years Foil if it's gonna be reheated in the oven. Press 'n Seal, which is much better than any plastic wrap on the market, if it's the nuker. Usually reusable plastic containers. I hate tossing ziploc plastic bags, they are such a hazard to our wildlife, and no I'm no activist. AmberHoney 7 years Foil if it's gonna be reheated in the oven.Press 'n Seal, which is much better than any plastic wrap on the market, if it's the nuker.Usually reusable plastic containers. I hate tossing ziploc plastic bags, they are such a hazard to our wildlife, and no I'm no activist. soapbox 7 years I am the suran wrap and Ziplock queen. Everything, and I mean everything goes in plastic. My mom is a foil queen and we have a bad habit of debating which is better. I only wrap things that need to stay warm in foil or for baking; other than that, I find it useless since you can't see what's inside without opening it. ilanac13 7 years it depends on what i have - there are somethings that i put in foil - and there are some that i'll put in tupperware. i usually like the tupperware angle since it's easily washable and reuseable... g1amourpuss 7 years Just about anything I get my hands on. A lot of the time my mom buys too many storage baggies and throws'm my way.. I prefer to separate my meats that way.. and my leftovers in tupperware bowls. I'll use just about anything though. g1amourpuss 7 years Just about anything I get my hands on. A lot of the time my mom buys too many storage baggies and throws'm my way.. I prefer to separate my meats that way.. and my leftovers in tupperware bowls. I'll use just about anything though. fuzzles 7 years If it's going into the freezer, or if it is something that I am not going to use up soon, it gets Food Saver-ed. All other stuff usually gets the foil or cling wrap treatment Babychloe 7 years I've always just used dishes with foil over the top, but I just ordered a bunch of Tupperware (yes, it's expensive)and am looking forward to using. I also ordered Debbie Meyers green bags/boxes over the weekend to make my fruits and veggies last longer. I hope they work! Marci 7 years If it's going in the fridge, I either put the food on a plate and cover it with cling wrap. If it's going in the freezer, I cling wrap it first then wrap it in foil. lisabarn 7 years *Assuming Tupperware has become a catchall phrase for disposable plastic containers. I use the glad throwaways - Tupperware is way too expensive! shoneyjoe 7 years If it's going into the fridge, I usually put it in a bowl and wrap cling film on top. But for full wrapping, aluminum foil does a great job. Jude-C 7 years I wrap most things in aluminum foil. For some reason, I can't get the hang of cling wrap :shrug: Dana18 7 years I put most of my food in tupperware. But I wrap my cheese in wax paper , and lemons in plastic wrap.