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Q: I like to eat breakfast at my office rather than at home. For a while now, I've been making breakfast sandwiches with toast, eggs, turkey and cheese. To keep them warm, I wrap them in parchment paper (to help reduce soggy-ness) and aluminum foil. While I can (and often do) re-use the foil, I hate how disposable my wrapping is.

Do you know of anything re-usable that will help keep my sandwich warm and non-soggy (it's generally about an hour from the time I make the sandwich to the time I eat the sandwich)?

Sent by Lauren

Editor: What about wrapping the sandwich in a clean napkin or other linen and then carrying it to work in an insulated lunch bag?

Readers, what do you recommend?

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