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I ride with a smaller backpack on my commute. I can fit my lunch if I have to but it just adds more weight to my back.

This morning I realized I have an open water bottle cage. So I grabbed an old Nalgene that I lost the top for and threw in a nice helping of pasta! Put a baggy and rubber band on it. Perfecto!

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I'm sure many have done this before but I thought it was slick!
 

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From reading the title, I thought your lunch was going to be more along the lines of your avatar. :)
 

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Some plastic peanut butter jars fit perfectly in bottle cages. Screw on lid.

I actually used one to make a rechargeable battery pack for lights years ago.
 

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Some plastic peanut butter jars fit perfectly in bottle cages. Screw on lid.

I actually used one to make a rechargeable battery pack for lights years ago.
Brilliant! (aside from how annoying it is to clean out a pb container)... Good thing I have three cages a) water b) PB c) celery?

Then again, the PB may look tacky with my cat-litter panniers. :D
 
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