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The simple bento has gone high-tech. Thanks to vacuum insulation technology at its highest level, school and office lunches no longer need to be in disposable plastic wrap and paper bags. What does this mean, exactly? It means lunches can be hot until you get to them, chilled for freshness, and eco-minded because there is no waste. This month we'll show you a couple of take-out recipes and some tips on using Zojirushi technology to its full potential.
The recipes below have been specially created to make use of the thermal properties of the Zojirushi Food Jar. The amazing cold retention of the vacuum insulation allows chilled pasta salad to stay crisp for hours, while the heat retaining properties of the jar can keep your soup hot for hours. Try these high-tech recipes in your Food Jars and enjoy a delicious lunch!
No more mushy pasta! Assemble this refreshing salad at school or at work and enjoy a cool lunch with crispy greens and snappy pasta!
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A Japanese favorite! Pork and vegetables simmer in this hearty miso soup that's so good for colder weather, or if you're a die-hard fan of miso cooking!
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Every kid's favorite; these easy to make treats are sure-fire and ideal for school lunches or after school snacks. They're always a hit at parties too!
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If you're a light eater or in a hurry, you might want to pack a smaller lunch in one of our Food Jars. If you have the time and appetite for a heartier meal, then you may want to maximize the capacity of our Lunch Jar. Both are thermal insulated to keep foods chilled or hot for hours, but they work best when used correctly. Here's how!
SlickSteel® Polished
Stainless Steel Interior
Accessory
(Only SW-FBE75)
Food Jar tip: Superior thermal properties can be used to slow cook foods inside,
actually finishing the cooking after you take it off the stove. What a time saver!
BPA Free Plastic Microwaveable
inner bowls
Accessory
(Except SL-XCE20)
Start here, and have fun filling up your Lunch Jar!
Vacuum insulation provides the best heat retention. Vacuum means the air between the outer and inner layers of the stainless steel has been removed to create a vacuum insulation. It blocks heat from transferring through air which greatly minimizes the temperature change of your food.
Food Jars are like vacuum insulated mugs. The entire body retains hot or cold temperature, as shown. Lunch Jars consists of a hot or cold temperature section and a room temperature section, as shown.
Zojirushi America Corporation warrants only the thermal insulation of certain vacuum insulated products against defects for a period of five years from the date of original retail purchase
  Our most versatile Lunch Jar ever! The deep main bowl is perfect for "hungry man" lunches, fluffy salads, bulky bread rolls, whole fruits, chicken pieces, or even for sharing with a friend. This is the Lunch Jar for big appetites and big imaginations!  
The air between two thin layers of stainless steel that make up the body of the outer container is removed to create a vacuum. Because there is no air, the temperature on the other side of the wall does not transfer over, keeping contents hot or cold for hours. This technology is superior to foam insulation or the use of double walls to maintain temperature.
Zojirushi America Corporation warrants only the thermal insulation of certain vacuum insulated products against defects for a period of five years from the date of original retail purchase
New Classic Stainless Lunch Jar / SL-XD20:
 
Our new Autumn website banner is up--celebrate the freshest season of the year as we introduce new recipes
and new products.
    Nigiri Sushi
(See Recipe)
    Maine Lobster with Lemon Brown Butter Rice
This recipe will be presented in the 2015 October issue
    Soba Salad
This recipe will be presented in the 2015 November issue
    Tea and Chocolate
This story will be presented in the 2015 October issue
Tempura Udon
This recipe will be presented in the 2015 November issue
Total Tonjiru Soup
This recipe is presented in this month's issue
Stacked Pasta Salad
This recipe is presented in this month's issue
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What’s your cup of tea? Especially for our tea fans, next month we’re featuring teas, snacks and our very useful Zojirushi Water Boilers. Stay tuned!