Mum’s fancy school lunch box for her daughter sparks heated debate from ‘outraged’ parent: ‘It upsets me’
- A dedicated mum has sparked a heated debate online with her school lunchbox.
- A woman uses a portable food warmer to keep her daughter’s food warm.
- While many people were impressed with the gadget, others were surprised by its contents.
- Many people thought that cooked salmon looked like raw chicken or lunch meat or Spam.
A dedicated mum has sparked a heated debate online after sharing the high-tech gadget her daughter takes to school with her every day to enjoy a hot lunch.
The woman took to Facebook, where she shared a photo of a portable food warmer she swears keeps her baby’s food warm for up to six hours at a time.
While many were impressed by the fancy gadget, others were shocked by the contents of her daughter’s lunch, comparing it to raw chicken, lunchbox meat or processed canned pork, Spam.
A devoted mum has sparked a heated debate online after sharing the high-tech gadget her daughter takes to school every day to enjoy a hot lunch (pictured).
Mandy posted: ‘My daughter loves hot food and takes her hot food to school every day with her E-Hate Food Warmer, which keeps her food at 60 degrees Celsius for at least six hours. Can keep up. General power bank.
‘She can eat warm solid food such as rice and spaghetti. Even if the spaghetti or rice is kept longer than six hours, the spaghetti will not be too soft and the rice will not be hard. His teacher also asked why his daily food looked so good.’
The particular heat food warmer Mandy uses is from a Chinese company, but there are countless options on Amazon for around $90.
While many people were impressed by the nifty gadget, and they thought ‘Awesome’ and ‘Why didn’t I think of that?’ Write things like, others were a bit confused by the contents of the lunch (stock image).
While many were impressed by the nifty gadget, and the ‘Awesome’ and ‘Why didn’t I think of that?’ Write things like, others were a bit confused.
‘Is that raw chicken on pasta?’ A person wrote.
‘I thought the same, lol,’ added another.
A third wrote: ‘It looks like lunch meat’, while a fourth wrote: ‘It makes me nervous’.
Others quickly jumped to Mandy’s defense and explained that it was ‘definitely flaky salmon’.
‘This is clearly cooked salmon,’ one person wrote.
‘Good grief, have people never cooked salmon in their lives? It’s not raw chicken – that’s pretty obvious,’ added another.
An electric heated lunch box has many functions, including cooking rice, steaming eggs and keeping food warm.
They heat food quickly and evenly, and claim to be easy to use as well as clean.