Keeping the lunch cold at school

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      I used to freeze the juice boxes, so it would act as an ice pack in

      the lunch box. I also invested in a few of the $1.00 hard ice packs

      to keep on hand in the freezer. The small plastic Gerber juice

      bottles worked really well for “on the fly” ice packs, too.

      We would pack the lunch the night before, and keep it in the fridge

      over night in the lunch box, so that would be cold for a little bit

      as well. We got insulated lunch boxes, but they weren’t anymore

      expensive than the character ones. Then add the frozen juice box in

      the morning, or an ice pack, and send them on their way.

      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Maja Drouin

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      > Hello,

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      > I am looking for advice on how to keep my sons school lunch

      (sandwiches etc) cold and fresh. We used quality for reduced lunch

      for him but this year we dont, now we have to pay $2.10 pr day,

      which we find expensive. We still let him eat hot lunch at school

      but only 2 days a week, he picks the days him self, the other 3 days

      I pack a school lunch for him. How do you manage to keep your kids

      lunch cold, without buying any expensive lunchboxes or coolers etc.

      I do have a few lunch boxes, but without built in coolers – any

      great suggestions. Any and all advice will be greatly appreciated.

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      > Thanks,

      > Maja, mn

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