I only squeeze up in a lunch in the morning, and an agent substitutes for cold insulation.
I put all the materials in a ball and mix it well.
With the point of the soup stock winding egg, I roast an egg. While it is hot, I fix a parcel, the form in a lap. (because you are hot, please be careful about a burn.)
I cut it in by lunch 1 batch if it completely cools down and wrap it in a lap to a subdivision and I put it in a preservation bag and refrigerate it.
I squeeze up to a lunch box with freezing in the morning. (because I freeze and cannot fix the form, the one that I cut slightly into small pieces is passable.)
Form is easy to collapse when I cut it before cooling down. I cut it slightly than size to cut down to a lunch box small and am convenient when I subdivide by 1 batch. Because I did not cut it slightly small, I have been in trouble without the cover of the lunch box closing in the morning.
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