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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    How do you do your Greek salad? Do you have a dressing?
    My big boy who is turning 8 wants salad and dressing (olive oil and vinegar) and not sure how to do it.
    Woolies has little dressing containers in the plastic storage section - maybe put the dressing in that and pop it in his lunch box to pour on himself? I used to do that when I took salad to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    I put lettuce, olives, cherry tomatoes, parsley and feta in one container and then oil and vinegar in one of those tiny Smash containers for him to pour on at lunchtime.
    Oh thanks! We'll give it a whirl.

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    With salad dressing emphasise with your dd to close the containers tightly afterwards. I didn't remind my dd and the dressing leaked out all through her lunch bag!

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    A drink of water
    One piece of fruit
    One vegetable (carrot stick or corn on the cob etc)
    Left overs from night befores dinner ( eg curried sausages, pasta etc) or a roll or sandwich with whatever they want ( usually cheese and vegemite or strass or tuna with cheese and salad)
    A small treat

    That's when we go out they aren't in school.


 

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