What should I make for lunches?
Hello! I was wondering what lunches to make for school? I don't want too much food, I don't eat much. Make it healthy please too! What I normally eat: - rice (white rice, always have at home) - fish (any :) - pork ( cooked in wok, in dumplings too) - pasta (not often) - egg (studies says, we eat one per day and not increase my chances of having a heart attack, Yippee! I like egg a lot :D ) - chicken (sometimes, I am not too fond of it) - shrimp (Tempura!!!!!!!) - vegetables (many kinds!! Love it!) I can go to Fairway Market, Thrifty Foods, and Safe Way. Mostly it's Fairway Market. I could get other things too if that opens options - Cheese (some times) - Bread ---------------------------------------------------------- I want to know this because my mom might get a job some time soon so I need to know how to pack some lunch. Making dinner will be another thing I need to learn. I'm 15 already and I don't know how to prepare meals (useless, right?). Make sure to have those things be able to prepare at night or make all in morning with-in at most an hour. School starts at 8:20 am. I have to do this for my two sisters and one brother (but they can do it their self too). I want my mom to think we can take care of ourselves while she's not around. I like tofu! Once my mom made a tofu dinner and my brother wouldn't touch it. Every single dish had tofu and he refused to do the dishes even though it was his day. We have no food allergies. I prefer dry things because it is easier to wash later. The container is metal and has two layers, it locks well but no wet things. (dry: rice, seaweed, cheese, ham, pasta, bread wet: soup, sauce). It is okay id the sauce is in a sandwich. Many varieties please, it boring to eat the same thing over and over. I am used to Asian foods more than Caucasian foods.
Asked By: AnhAnh - 11/19/2012
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Get a bento box first of all. That way you can section off foods to enjoy separately. Make rice the night before and put it in your box. You can enjoy it with soy sauce. You might also consider making spicy chicken in lettuce wraps: chop a chicken b****t and saute it with minced garlic, oyster sauce, rice wine... More
Answered By: JennyP - 11/19/2012
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Make wraps. You can buy different types of tortillas and fill them with pretty much anything. For example... More
Answered By: Rose D - 11/19/2012
PB&J All Day. That's what I grew up eating. Not very healthy and not super filling, however if it comes down to it, it will do in a pinch.
Answered By: Pengu45 - 11/19/2012
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