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Bring your Lunch! Quick and tasty wallet friendly lunches for grownups By: Califia Suntree

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This is a book full of lunch ideas and recipes for adults to use for  packing their lunch for work . I received it for free in exchange for an honest review.

I really like this book, but not for the purpose the Author intended.

Unless you are using leftovers, I cannot see anyone having the time to prepare and pack such ‘grownup’ lunches.

For example, Steak salad with snap peas and radishes is only going to happen if there are leftovers. Just my opinion. And honestly, there are  never any leftover steaks in our house! 😉

At the beginning of the book, she lectures about being polite with your lunches, such as not warming up salmon in the microwave, yet she devotes an entire chapter to seafood lunches. I believe seafood is a big no-no when it comes to office space.

Also, one of her Pasta meals is Lo Mein with Garlikcy Greens. (her spelling, not mine), and I imagine that would leave quite the odor, not only on your breath, but in the work space.

Anyone who works around others, knows we should really be careful with what we bring/eat for lunch.

You have clients and co-workers, so we should always be considerate with what odors we are filling the office/work space with.

Like I said, I really like this book. It has a lot of great lunch ideas, but perhaps more for home or even a picnic.This would be a great addition to any kitchen to put beside your other cookbooks and it’s only three dollars and change.

This book can be purchased at this link:

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