Easy, Safe, Quick and Delicious
I’m not good at cooking bento
I love cooking. Whether it’s a deli or a loaf of bread, nothing makes me happier than eating it fresh and hot.
I’m not a big fan of bento after it has cooled down. Even if I could reheat it, the taste would be degraded, the arrangement would be difficult, and I would worry about hygiene.
When I saw he was putting fruits and vegetables in each Pakastusrasia for lunch, I was inspired. I was inspired.
If you use Pakastusrasia for cooking utensils and microwave oven for heating, it is easy and you don’t have to think about serving. There is no cutting and serving after cooking, no touching with your hands, no touching with other food, so hygiene is safe.
Pakastusrasia is great for Bento
The great things about Pakastusrasia in my opinion are
・Heat resistant from -40°C to +100°C
・Microwave and dishwasher safe
Heat resistant from -40°C to +100°C
Since it is originally a freezer container, you can of course put food in it and freeze it. If you freeze fruit in it, it can be used as a cold storage material when you carry your bento from home to work.
The upper limit of 100 degrees Celsius is a little uncomfortable, but even when using meat or fish, if you try to avoid direct contact with the walls, you should have no problem.
Microwave and dishwasher safe
The Pakastusrasia used as a cooking utensil can be transformed into a lunch box by only putting the lid on. No more washing up.
It is dishwasher safe, so you can be sure of its hygiene.
Stacks securely to prevent tipping when full, and is easy to carry after eating.
Pakastusrasia comes in a total of five varieties. Even for the same recipe, you can adjust the amount of food you eat by changing the size.