Saturday, June 9, 2012

Perfect Sandwich Review

I found a really neat product that I just had to try and share with you!  Before kids, hubby and I would pack our lunches just about everyday and take them to work.  Our usual sandwich was turkey and cheese with a little mayo.  Kinda sad sounding, huh?!  We never added lettuce, tomato, and onions because the sandwich would just be a soggy mess by the time we ate it for lunch.

Well, I've discovered the neatest product that will prevent those soggy sandwiches and also eliminate the need to use tons of plastic baggies.  It's called the Perfect Sandwich.

Here is how it works:

1. Add the cool pack from the freezer to the bottom section and put the wet ingredients on top.

2. Pop-up the rubber divider to allow room for the fresh ingredients or push it down to hold a full sandwich.

3. Close the middle divider to seal in the wet ingredients, then place bread on the dry top.  It will fit regular sandwich bread perfectly but as you can see below, we had sub bread.  I was happy it still fit.  :)

4. Close entire container and secure the latch creating a water-tight seal.

The sandwich above was made for my hubby and he took it to work.  He said it worked really well and his sandwich was great!

Funny Bunny tends to eat PB&J though, so I did something a little different for her.  I packed the sandwich on top where the bread would normally go.

And below, where the ice pack would be placed, I packed some fruit.  The fruit was secure and didn't move around. And since it has a water-tight seal, no juices dripped out.

Find Out More:  You can find out more online at Contain This.  The Perfect Sandwich is just $12.99 or you can get a 4-pack for the whole family for $46.95.  You can also read more about its Perfect Design.

Disclaimer:  This product was given to Our Homeschool Reviews for free for review purposes, and I do not have to return the product to the vendor.  I have received no compensation from it and all opinions and experiences within this review are my own.


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