Packing bread?

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Packing bread?

Postby smoke » Wed Jan 27, 2010 7:13 am

I've seen bentos that have featured sandwiches, but I prefer to pack the fillings separate from the bread so that it tastes fresher. Even if I pack right before leaving instead of the night before, the food could still spend upwards of 10 hours in the refrigerator.

For one method, I use a tall square soup container, lay the sandwich fillings in the bottom, and then use a square of butcher paper to help keep the bread from touching them. Another method I would use was either to stack two sandwich boxes wet vs dry, or use the next size down and wrap the bread in butcher paper or a sandwich bag.
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Re: Packing bread?

Postby elenacala » Fri Jan 29, 2010 2:16 pm

i would just do what a lot of companies do and put the toppings like meat and cheese on the bread dna just put condiments or wet toppings like tomatoes and pickles in a seperate layer. the meat and cheese isn't wet enough to make bread soggy or gross.

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