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3/21/12 5:23 P

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That's a great idea too! Thanks! I'll have to keep that one saved away, it sure beats using an ice pack. :)



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3/21/12 11:09 A

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Freeze a water bottle to use as your ice pack. Then take whatever you would normally eat for lunch that doesn't need reheating. A salad, some leftovers, tuna and celery...

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3/20/12 6:03 P

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Thanks for the suggestions! Why didn't I think to make spring rolls with rice paper? That's an awesome idea. :)



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3/20/12 4:59 P

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I would suggest any type of food suitable for a picnic. Fruit salad, potato salad (no mayo!), etc. Or even leftovers that are still yummy when cold like spring rolls (I make mine with rice paper wrappers instead and they're still yummy cold!), maybe a pasta salad (with GF pasta) too. I have a job where I can't use refrigeration either and I use a lot of these ideas. Hope it helps!

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3/20/12 1:41 P

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I have to bring a sack lunch with me as I chaperone my daughter's field trip. We're to bring it in a disposable sack, which pretty much rules out anything that needs to be chilled as I can't bring an ice pack with me.

Do you have any good suggestions for something to pack in a sack lunch? I could go spend the money on GF bread and make a sandwich, but in the past I really haven't liked that option. The bread is too heavy and too dry. I have some GF protein bars, I could pack fruit and veggies, but any other suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!



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