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Well, most of the links I found were from the 1800's....apparently it's silk coated in boiled linseed oil. Theoretically this would be food safe, but a lot of boiled linseed oil has metallic "dryers" and petroleum products, so I wonder if you could boil your own linseed oil, which I believe is flax oil. Any thoughts? I may buy some and try it- seems intriguing.
What about just rubbing in some beeswax till it is coated enough to keep from sticking to the food? Might be safer.
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