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An American Bento by Demi-Plum An American Bento by Demi-Plum
This is my bento for today. Taking my new bento box out for a test run. I also did an american style bento to show a guy I know that not everything I eat is asian food, though he should have figured that out by now. Anyway this bento contains:

Roast Beef Mini Burger with Cheese and Lettuce
Cheese Triangles
Mini Jello
Cherry Tomatoes
Half a Clementine
Dragon Fruit with Pick Fork

Please Enjoy~!
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Divergent54 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2013  Student Photographer
Uh chopsticks! MY ENEMY! HOW DO YOU FREAKIN' WORK THOSE THINGS! I'M ASIAN AMERICAN WITH NO CHOPSTICK SKILLS! 
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:icondemi-plum:
Demi-Plum Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha you can buy training chopstick on places like JBox and Amazon. Honestly it took me years of using the jerryrigged version of training chopsticks as a kid to get it right. One day I was sitting and waiting for my chinese take out and I was holding onto the chopsticks in my hand and when I became bored enough I looked at the back and attempted to use them the way that they illustrated and it all fit into place. 
What I suggest is looking up directions, with visuals, or a video like this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8mw8S…, and practicing. 
And don't forget, there are different ways to use chopsticks. Yours might not be conventional, but if it works for you then it works. And if you hold the chopsticks closer to the tip in the beginning you will have more control. I can hold them up near the tip or far back at the end with the same result anymore, but it took time to learn that. 
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NinjaBunny07 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2011
wats dragonfruit taste like??
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:icondemi-plum:
Demi-Plum Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
It's hard to explain if you've never had it before. You should look in your local asian market or international market if you would like to try some. But beware they are kinda pricy
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NinjaBunny07 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2011
oh. lol, i live in a small town & i doubt theres gonna be an asian market for miles around
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:icondemi-plum:
Demi-Plum Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh that kinda sucks.

Well lets see, it doesn't really have much of a flavor, it has a lot of crunch because of the seeds though. It goes get a bit sweet when it's ripening though.
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NinjaBunny07 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2011
oh. kool. wat about uh......starfruit is it called? it looks kinda kool
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lolatheavenger Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012
to me, starfruit tastes like banana but feels like mango... sorry, just adding input
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NinjaBunny07 Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012
i tried it about month or so ago. very odd flavor for me. tastes almost like grape, citrus, and broccoli for some reason XD
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lolatheavenger Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012
it's a unique experience, that's for sure.
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