Spinach salad with soy beans, feta & flax seeds
Yellow bell pepper sticks & Hummus
Whole Wheat Crackers & Gouda
Last week, a reader asked about how I transport my bento, so I thought I’d put together a little photo post to show you.
Dip Container With Lid
I use a Laptop Lunches bento box, and all the inner containers I usually use come from their Bento Buddies set. All these containers have lids. Some of the containers that came with my bento are open, so if I use them, I cover them with cling wrap, but I prefer the lidded containers overall.
All containers with lids
With lids on all the containers, I’ve never had an issue with leakage. I’ve even carried soups in these containers a few times and haven’t had any problems as long as they’re sealed properly. Once all the lids are on, my bento box closes up, and I put it into my insulated lunch box, also from Laptop Lunches (I swear they didn’t pay me for this post, I just really like their stuff)
In which the bento box fits neatly into the insulated lunch box
After that, I just zip up the lunch box, and it’s ready to go. I carry it upright, and I’ve never had anything leak or spill. If anyone has any more questions about my bento, I’d be happy to answer them.