9 Products That Make Packing a Salad for Lunch Easier Than Ever
The answer to soggy greens is finally here!
As summer ends and we head into fall, it's time to start thinking about ways to upgrade your lunch routine — after all, busier schedules make getting organized more important than ever. If you've been using the same worn and potentially broken containers for years (we all have those stained containers and extra lids hanging around!), it might be time to for a refresh.
This holds especially true for all salad fans. When it comes to enjoying a homemade salad for lunch, effective packing is key. These products will keep your salad setup organized and fresh — because no one wants soggy greens come noon.
If you're looking for a container that is as pleasant to transport as it is to eat out of, we recommend this Porter bowl. While the seal isn't leakproof (the company recommends transporting this one upright), the fact that you can enjoy your salad out of a proper bowl with a wide opening makes up for it.
If you like your salad packed with juicy ingredients, you know how frustrating it is when all that flavor leaks into your bag during the day. Luckily, this leakproof container, which also has separate compartments for toppings and dressing, promises to solve that problem.
If you want to store your toppings in something that compresses more easily than a jar or plastic container, these stasher bags will be your new best friend. Microwave and dishwasher safe, they’re perfect for both perishable and non-perishable foods.
If you're looking for compact and leakproof storage, this container is a must-have. It's microwave- and dishwasher-safe, meaning you can pack a salad with ingredients that need to be heated up without having to transfer to a different container. Not to mention, it comes in a variety of stylish colors.
Give toppings their very own spot with this compartmentalized container. Keeping your ingredients separate until it's time to eat your salad will help keep everything extra fresh. This container offers multiple compartments for everything, including greens, toppings and dressing — all you need to do is assemble.
If you have a problem with plastic utensils holding up to added salad ingredients, it's a good idea to have solid, portable set that you can throw in your lunchbox. This set comes in a handy carrying pouch, making it easy to keep your knife, fork and spoon together.
When all’s said and done and all of the pieces of your mixed-greens masterpiece are stored safely, eliminate the hassle of carrying a bunch of separate containers with this ultra-organized lunch box, complete with three different compartments.
Mason jars are the perfect vehicle to store your dressing, toppings and other extras, but after months of putting those jars through the dishwasher, the metal lids can start to rust. Avoid buying new lids every season with these plastic alternatives. Thanks to this multi-colored pack, you can choose a different hue for each day of the work week.