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A short presentation with a few facts about Bento.

A short presentation with a few facts about Bento.


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  • 1. Bento Box
    The Japanese lunch box
  • 2. What is a Bento box?
    • A meal for on the go
    • 3. A home packed meal
    • 4. Or, a single portion take-out meal
  • How Big is a Bento Box?
    • Three factors determine your bento box size:
    • 5. Gender
    • 6. Age
    • 7. Height
    • 8. On average, an adult woman’s size Bento is approximately 600 ml
    (http://item.rakuten.co.jp/yellowstudio/c/0000000352/)
  • 9. Why in Milliliters?
    • Calories correspond directly to capacity of a Bento Box
    • 10. 600 ml box should ideally hold a 600 cal meal
    • 11. 240 ml is equivalent to 1 cup
  • There are many styles of Bento boxes:
    • Older styles such as wooden or woven
  • More Bento box styles:
    • Lacquered and fancy
  • Even More Bento box styles:
    • Plastic and insulated
  • Fill up your Bento Box
    • Japanese guidelines suggest a meal be made up of :
    • 12. 3 parts grain
    • 13. 2 parts vegetable
    • 14. 1 part protein
  • Bento Boxes do not have:
  • So make it fun!
    Enjoy your food!
  • 18. Sing a song!
    The Bento Song – in Japanese
    Kore kurai no, obento bako ni
    Onigiri, onigiri, choitto tsumete
    Kizami shouga ni, goma furikakete
    Ninjin san
    Sanshou san, shiitake san, gobo san
    Ana no aita renkon san
    Suji no touta fuuki
    Translated in English
    In a bento box about this size
    Put in a few rice balls
    Minced ginger, sprinkle with sesame seeds, 3 carrots
    3 peppers, 3 shitake mushrooms, 3 burdock roots
    3 lotus roots with holes in them and butter burs with the strings running through them
    ( http://lunchinabox.net/2007/09/25/bento-box-song/ )
  • 19. Bento Box
    It’s definitely for lunch!