"Sit down and feed, and welcome to our table." -William Shakespeare

Friday, April 20, 2012

More Lunches and Another Great Box

OK, after a wild and wooly week, I've got more bento pictures and ideas for you.

This is another kid's lunchbox called the Go Green! Lunchbox, with a typical BreadwithHoney lunch inside:
You can read more about the Go Green! Lunchbox at this dandy cut-and-paste link:
and I'll be doing an in-depth review of it next week.

If you can't tell from the picture, this lunchbox holds A LOT of food.

Lunch in Go Green:

Same lunch in the ECOLunchbox:

The Go Green also makes a great way to take snacks for all of us on an outing. Here it is packed with hike snacks for four:

Anyhoo, weather is great, bread is rising, and I've got a lot to do! So enjoy these self-explanatory bento pics:

Wasn't that fun?

"It's spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you've got it, you want - oh, you don't quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!"
-Mark Twain


  1. What is the veggie snack in the bottom right section of the Go Green box? It looks delicious...

  2. That is a freeze-dried veggie mix by Just Tomatoes brand. If you look closely in the snack box you can see freeze-dried corn and a strawberry/ banana mix.

    We love their freeze-dried fruits and veggies, but they are pretty expensive. Sometimes you can find co-ops for them, like on the websites Crunchy Co-operatives or Diaperswappers. They usually have them at the SuperDillons in Wichita and at Food for Thought and Green Acres, too.

  3. How does the EcoLunchbox close? Do you have to flip the sandwich part over or is there some sort of lid? It's probably something obvious but I can't figure it out! It looks like it would be good for lunches though!

  4. Nicole-

    The ECOLunchbox has a lid and then it has a latch on either side like an old-fashioned canning jar. You can see it in more detail in the pictures in the review I did:


    Does that make sense? It is not water-tight but it is pretty close.

  5. Ah I see. Now it makes sense! Thank you so much!

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