I have a soft cooler with a hard insert that was advertised to hole 9 cans. It is big enough to hold lunch plus 2 snacks all in glass containers for work. When I need to carry more, I have a hard cooler by Coleman that holds a whole day.
Mary, Yomitan, JAPAN
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I keep a sturdy, insulated cloth cooler in my car that folds up the size of a grocery store bag. It has come in handy frequently.
We also have 3 sizes of those stout plastic Colman coolers. They are quite old and I'm assuming that there are nicer ones available today but these actually have worked very well and lasted a long time.
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I am trying hard to eat the 5-6 small meals a day, but with my work schedule/commute, this means I have to carry a LOT of food with me and my regular lunch cooler just isn't big enough. Any recommendations? Thanks!!
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