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i love it! you are a genius. my parents never made me lunches and i would rather starve than make my own. it is so messy and inconvenient (i still hate making them, if i have to go somewhere where i need to pack a lunch, i stay home). but i have bookmarked you for inspiration. these inspire me too:http://www.plasticashop.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=P&Product_Code=BNTOBX&Category_Code=NSbut only because i have a dishwasher. otherwise i would be ziploc all the way.
i don't know if my link worked. google "bento box plastica" and it should come up first thing.
I have liquid-leaking problems when I packed canned or fresh fruit, or when I pack anything that's at all runny. Could it be a container issue (none of them are great) and if so, which ones have you found to be the least leaky? What else do you do to prevent leaking? Thanks!Sarah email@example.com
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