‘Bento Lunch Box’: Here’s how to make a perfect bento box frame

The world of bento boxes is becoming a bit of a cult, and the newest thing from the makers of bentos, Bento Lunch Boxes, is making its way onto store shelves.

Bento’s latest line of boxes features two sides with a different texture for each of the three main ingredients. 

A single layer of tofu, a single layer or two layers of meat, and a single slice of bread are all included.

Each bento comes with four slices of bread.

Bento Lunch boxes are a great addition to any bento diet.

They are so versatile that you can mix and match flavors to suit your individual needs.

Here are some other items to consider:If you’re a vegetarian, you’ll want to try the veggie bento and try it with your favorite veggies.

If you’re vegan, you can also try the vegan bento.

If both are vegan, a vegan bentoom can be a nice treat.

Bread and filling are two of the best ingredients to try out a bento, and it’s a good idea to combine a variety of toppings to keep your bento’s nutrition as varied as possible. 

Bento is a good choice if you’re trying to get in shape or want to look stylish.

Benta Lunch Boxe is available online for $39.95, for a minimum order of 10.

They’re also available at Amazon.com, Walgreens, Target and many other major retailers.

Benta Lunchboxe has a special pre-order promotion.

Customers who order an order of at least 10 will receive a Benta Dinnerbox, which will include two servings of bread and two servings toasted bread.

Benton Lunch Box is also available for pre-ordering for a minimum of $25.

Benton Lunchboxes are available at most major grocery stores, including Whole Foods, Wal-Mart, Target, Costco, and more.