BUN-BUN!

Another throwback bento!

The Bento Buff

BunBunFriday night when my boyfriend and I were going home from our weekly D&D session, my boyfriend decided to start going on about BUNBUN. The way he was yammering on and whatnot was incredibly kawaii, and he decided Bun-Bun would be the name of the bunny rabbit that lives outside his house.

Bun-Bun is a wild rabbit, but he’s not afraid of us humans at all. He runs off if you get too close, but too close for Bun-Bun is just over 2 feet away from him. He just kind of sits and watches everyone.

Anyway, when I was making my bento for dinner tonight I decided I’d use my bunny shaped cutters! I used the sandwich cutters for the raisin bread, and the silicone bunny cup to hold the matching yellow baby corn. The mini bunny faces were cut out with the tiny hard plastic deco-ben set. They’re “glued”…

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Leftover Noodles

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This weekend my boyfriend and I went to get Chinese take-out for dinner. He also has what basically amounts to a phobia of leftover foods, so I took his vegan-friendly vegetable lo mein leftovers home for myself.

To me, take-out leftovers seldom taste differently whether it’s fresh or a couple days old. Still tastes like an MSG party.

 

Let’s not use the healthy lunch tag on this post.

Top 5 Vegan Bento of the Week

 

Eat Your Greens

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This was the bento I made for the earlier half of the week. Granted, I should have taken the photo Sunday as opposed to Wednesday, because it would have looked way fresher and yummier, but here we are with my procrastinating and meal-planning self. I even have to leave for work in 3 minutes. *yanks curtain back into place*

This bento features Morningstar’s vegan chick’n strips with sauteed lima beans and brussel sprouts from the farmer’s market.

New Bento

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I got a new (to me) bento box. The listing said it was in “like-new” condition. When it arrived it had a massive crack down the side and bottom of one tier. I got a refund and went to order a replacement. Then, I stopped and wondered if I could repair it. What glues were food friendly after they dried?
I googled and found out that Crazy Glue is, so I bought a tube of that for a dollar(the sellers let me keep the broken box, no point in paying to ship it back, so I might as well be the one to dispose of it, right? I will note I didn’t think of repairing until after we went through the whole refund process.

Well the crazy glue worked. It’s not the most beautiful repair, but it works. I think this bento will now hold up for some time. I recorded my repair effort, so I’ll be editing a video to show you all how I did it sometime in the near future on my zero-waste Youtube channel.

 

Anyway, this bento features Gardein, porkless something or another with sauce, and an assortment of produce from last week’s farmer’s market including peppers, brussel sprouts, and onions.

Top 5 Vegan Bento of the Week

It was a light week this time around, but I was pleasantly surprised with the high quality of all the bento in the tag.

Edamameeeeeeee

I’d forgotten all about this bento. I think it looks lovely.

The Bento Buff

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Today’s bento features a hodgepodge of stuff. Tofu cooked in barbecue sauce, Nishiki rice, edamame, asparagus, and beets.

I also made myself my own font! Isn’t it cute? I’ll need to update some more stuff on my site, but I’m excited for it!

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