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Lunch time

The art of packing a lunch

Hold the PB&J: Preparing kids’ midday meal more involved than it once was

Gwen Weldy fixes a bagel with lox and cream cheese for her daughter’s lunch in the kitchen of her home.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Gwen Weldy fixes a bagel with lox and cream cheese for her daughter’s lunch in the kitchen of her home.
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Packing school lunches is no longer about bologna sandwiches and PB&J. Between the increasing sophistication of our palettes — because of the wide variety of foods available and the food shows on cable — and the emphasis on eating healthy food and preventing childhood obesity, school lunches for some families are changing. Ella Weldy of Ballston Lake might open up her lunch box to find a sandwich of smoked salmon (wild caught), vegetable cream cheese ...

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