- Containers fit easily into a backpack or briefcase
- Wipes clean with water and a soft cloth
- This bento lunch box is easy to clean and it is compact for easy carry
- With this bento lunch box, you can enjoy your fresh and delicious meals
- This bento lunch box is really a good assistant for your daily life
- Color: Black & Red
- Material: ABS
- Size: 16.7 x 14.3 x 8cm/6.6 x 5.6 x 3.1in(L x W x H)
- This bento lunch box is a great way to add interest to your cuisine, and to show off lots of dishes at the same time
- Square bento lunch box for hot or cold lunch storage
- The floral lunch box is ideal for babies and toddlers, including everything for a complete meal in the minimum amount of space
- This ABS lunch box is perfectly sized for bringing lunch to school or to the office
- Features durable handle, this practical lunch box is perfectly sized for bringing lunch to school or to the office
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How to Choose a Lunch Box:
Your choice of lunch box reflects your inner self. Are you strong and quirky like an old metal lunch box? Light and colorful like a plastic lunch box? Or soft and cozy like a lunch bag? Here are some things to consider when choosing your lunch box.
- Consider what you'll use the lunch box to carry. Use a tough metal or plastic lunch box to protect foods that can bruise, break or smush. If you plan to pack your foods in plastic containers, a soft lunch bag is fine.
- Choose a lunch box or lunch bag that is large enough to accommodate all your items without having them move around when jostled.
- Consider how you'll be handling your lunch box. If you'll have to fit it in your backpack or book bag, a hard exterior will keep your food from being squashed.
- Purchase a soft-bodied, insulated lunch bag if you'll be carrying items that need to be kept cool or hot. Few hard-shell lunch boxes offer insulation.
- Purchase an insulated beverage container (either with the lunch box or separately) just in case you decide to bring along a little soup, coffee or another beverage.
- Think about the image you'd like to project to your coworkers and companions, and choose your lunch box accordingly. Most plastic and metal lunch boxes will carry images of some sort, including superheroes, cartoon characters and even political figures.
Bento Box Ideas:
Bento box lunches originated in Japan. The bento box is a single serving box, made of plastic, lacquered or disposable materials and is sold on the street and in convenience stores. Many Japanese people prepare a bento box lunch for themselves at home, and it is part of their culture for the wife and mother to prepare them for her family. A bento box consists of Japanese food such as rice, fish and vegetables. But there are many more options you can try to prepare a bento lunch for yourself or family.
Bento For Kids:
- Bento-style lunch boxes are available in fun colors and with fun characters on them, just for kids. One idea for a bento box is to make fresh fruit skewers with grapes and melon balls. Make faux sushi by spreading strawberry cream cheese and putting slices of banana between white bread. Cut the bread into small squares. Hard cook an egg and cut it into slices for protein. Cut fun shapes out of cheese with cookie cutters and include crackers. Slice cucumbers and other vegetables to include in one of the bento compartments.
Fast and Simple Bento:
- Like much in Japanese culture, bento boxes are prepared with an idea of specific portions of food in mind, as well as presentation. If you don't have time to prepare several different things or cut food into different shapes, you can have your own cold stir-fry bento. Simply steam vegetables and grill or saute strips of chicken separately. Prepare rice and include a container of any desired sauce to dip your food in.
- The easiest bento lunch you can prepare is one that has been prepared previously. The bento box, which is separated into small compartments, is perfect for your leftovers from dinner. Just spoon in a portion of each part of the meal into one of the cubbies in the box.