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    Quote Originally Posted by readmore View Post
    I have not used this product, but I think it would work well with a 24 oz. wide mouth mason jar, which fits in the S19 water bottle pocket.

    https://www.cuppow.com/cuppow-bnto-c...ear-wide-mouth
    Ingenious! I'm still thinking through my options but I think a mason jar is where it's at, and it's a matter of finding one that fits along with the thermos food jar. Appreciate all the help!

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    Sorry for the delayed response-- I have the 16 oz. Thermos (this one: Vacuum Insulated 16 oz Food Jar with Bowl and Spoon | ThermosĀ®) and it fits easily into the S19 water bottle pocket.

    I'll try to figure out how to attach some photos. Please bear with me!

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    Update! I've hit on a solution that's been working really well for me. A Thermos food jar and a Talenti gelato jar fit perfectly stacked together in the water bottle pocket. The Thermos holds breakfast (hot or cold oatmeal) and the gelato jar holds lunch (a grain- or bean-based salad). It sounds like people aren't too fond of plastic around here, but the jar is the perfect size and shape. But now that I'm bringing food I don't have to microwave, I'll keep an eye out for something in stainless or glass.

    Thanks everyone for brainstorming with me. Smilie

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