Today's Lunch Box: Test Your Knot-Tying Skills

By: Victoria Phillips
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No need for Earth-polluting plastic when you’ve got a furoshiki. Based on Japanese tradition, the double-sided fair trade fabric is twisted, knotted and folded into a chic bag available in a variety of bright patterns. You're set for lunch on the go, in style. Find it here. Need a lunch recipe to get started? Try Ellie Krieger's Easy Chicken-Mushroom Quesadillas.

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©2012, Food Network

2012, Food Network

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