About two weeks ago I came across a product called Bee's Wrap that took my interest. Cotton cloth coated with bees wax, oil and resin which can be used as an alternative to plastic wrap for storing bread, cheese, vegetables just about anything other than meat, so I ordered a number of sizes. The lean bread I make is great the first day, a bit tough the second day and can be grated for bread crumbs by the third, a week after wrapping a loaf the day it was made, it's still as fresh as when it first cooled. I've also used them to wrap cheese, cheddar after two weeks is in great shape, non of the hardening, drying, or mold that can happen when it's stored in a plastic bag.
I feel it's money well spent and plan on getting more of them.