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How do you carry your lunch to work?

thekunk07

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tupperware for protein powder, tupperware for meat, tupperwear for fruit/veg. my back pack weighs like 25-40 lbs every day
 

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I have an insulated lunch bag that I purchased at the grocery store. It fits a sandwich, yogurt, bag of chips and a soda. I carry it in my messenger bag on the light rail train to work and then it goes in the fridge in the breakroom.

If I actually have real work to transport in my bag, the lunch bag gets carried separately.
 

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I use a real lunch box by igloo that I got at walmart.
 

bob99

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The Mr. Bento jar looks interesting, thanks for the tip!

The reason I don't want to just put it all into one container is I'm trying to eat 2 smaller meals. I suppose I could just eat half and put it back in the fridge... but sometimes I'm bringing beef in one container / chicken in another.

Kunk et al, when you say Tupperware, are you using Tupperwareâ„¢ or another brand? I'm looking for a good set of containers that won't leak, so any suggestions along those lines would also be appreciated.
 

JoeTheMechanic

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I know this post is a bit old but there are a lot of options out there nowadays since this was first posted.

Not only are there waxes canvas lunch bags, but there are also reusable lunch bags made of silicone. I think bento boxes are nice but I prefer something that's a bit more compact.

I also found some good options here for full-sized lunch bags. Most of these have really food insulation.

As for the Tupperware, Tupperware is great as well as Hefty if you don't want to pay Tupperware prices. I also just wrap my sandwiches in plastic wrap.
 

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