Good morning from Texas

Bento-ing from: Austin › Texas › USA
Joined: 1 Nov 2010
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I've been wrangling bento for my tiny family for a few months now, and decided it was finally time to stop lurking in the shadows. Of the 4 bentos I make (almost daily) 3 of them absolutely refuse to eat a laundry list of items normally found within the usual bento lineup. Adding to those requirements a few food allergies (peanuts, lactose, tomatoes..) and the different objectives of each box eater, two for weight loss, one for weight gain/maintenance, and one to not feel absolutely starving by the time school finally lets out.. it's been interesting. I can at least take comfort in my significant other's enjoyment of the change (he used to eat out with coworkers daily..).

I'm looking forward to bouncing ideas off such a wonderful group of people. =^.^=

Oh, T'Marie is just Mary in Vulcan.. I'm terrible at choosing names..

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Bento-ing from: Dunedin › New Zealand
Joined: 12 Jan 2009
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Re: Good morning from Texas

Hi, sounds as though you have your work cut out for you! Welcome to Just Bento, T'Marie.



My blog is Food and Shoes

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