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Bento 7 by Corselia Bento 7 by Corselia
NOTE: this is a bento i made a while back and forgot to post up.

(left tray)
Happy boiled egg, two peanut butter chocolate covered cookies, and a sandwich made out of pancakes; strawberry preserves; and cream cheese, and homemade fried shrimp.

(right tray)
White medium grain rice with salmon furikake for seasoning.

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pandamochi45 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2012
^U^ mmmm yummy! I make bentos all the time! But i can't eat eggs... >m<
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Demi-Plum Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
this looks delicious!
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IvyGrotesque Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2010   Digital Artist
How cute!!! eee~
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kkck1994 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2009
WAAHH! This is so cute! ^ - ^
I love making bento for school, but it's very diffcult to keep it safe and fresh because I have to make it the night before and it needs to last till 11ish :\
Do you have any tips?
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Corselia Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2009
one way the japanese do it is to prepare all the ingredients the night before. That way everything is ready and all they need to do is cook everything the morning after and place it in the box before work/school.

They tend to make items that will not spoil so easily... this is why some bentos feature rice and pickled items. Another tips is to make sure everything is not directly touching each other if you have items that are moist and items that are dry. it helps to keep them fresh and tasty. It is best to keep raw foods, cooked foods and condements in their own separate containers (sauce containers, cupcake papers, etc)

I would use rice, fruits, raw veggies, cooked sausage, breads... anything that can stand sitting around for a while and not go bad. if you have items that will spoil easily i'd bring an icepack to keep it cool. basically the whole idea of bento is to make foods that do not necessarily need heating. hope that helps?
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kkck1994 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009
Wow, thank you soo much for that detailed answer ^ - ^
I think I'm going to start using a good ice pack and things that will last for a bit :D
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Corselia Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2009
XD your welcome! hope it works out better for you!
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chaoie Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2008
that sandich you have there sounds delish! :D
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MayaSuzuki Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2008
waaaaah this bento-box is very very kawaii >,<
and...the food....*ççççç*
great >,<
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ElectricPanda Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I have the same bento box I'm in love with it lol.

> 3 < ~ <3
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