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    Tomorrow's lunch
    Poached chicken and lettuce sandwich, carrots, baby capsicum, cucumber sushi, grapes and chocolate goji berries!
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    For DD1's preschool lunch box:

    Rockmelon, kiwi fruit, carrot sticks, cheese, crackers, banana bread, coconut chia yoghurt and a miso, tahini and avocado wrap.
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    Ham & cheese sandwich, carrot, strawberry, sultanas, crackers, bliss balls (dates, raw cacao, coconut and oats)
    Morning tea is a massive banana and a granola bars, and crunch & sip is some mango

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    Don't have a photo but today DS had strawbs and grapes, bliss balls and a smoked salmon and cream cheese sandwich. Morning tea was frackers and a banana and crunch&sip was sliced apple

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    Easy one today - chicken sushi ( bought from our fav sushi restaurant last night!) pineapple, babybel, capsicum, celery, apricots, bliss balls

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    Lazy today and a bit of a carb fest! ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1487883819.566194.jpg

    Oh well, it's Friday so whatever!

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    No pic but dd had a spinach and feta scroll, grain waves, strawberries and grapes and a yoghurt

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    Where are the stainless steel lunch boxes from?

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    The stainless steel are planet boxes. I got ours online from Biome

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    Tomorrow's lunch:
    Poached chicken (left over from dinner!) and rocket sandwich, boiled egg, babybel, cucumber, carrot, grapes and dried apricots
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