It's Just a Plain, Brown Cardboard Box.
My cardboard boxes get used for many things - weed suppressant, storage, compost, packaging and I'll admit that some have even had to be binned when I simply couldn't warrant another inch of space being turned over to clutter. But it's winter now and I need to both keep warm and declutter. This needy combination leads me to sourcing fire fodder from anywhere possible and it helps more if it can also provide energy for cooking.
As you can see, EVERY box that gets emptied in the Frugaldom household needs to be investigated before the cat will 'allow' me to dispose of it, so this box was no different from any other.
Tear the folds off your box and lay these aside, then split the box down its seam and begin tearing it into strips across the corrugated design. My strips are usually approximately 15cm in width.
Take each of your strips and tear them into rectangles measuring approximately 20cm in length