When it comes to lunch boxes, you might think of sad sandwiches, packets of crisps and juice boxes.
But one woman has managed to totally transform the humble packed lunch into something incredible.
Liza, 22, sends her partner off to work each day with various different treats and claims they can take anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour to prepare and pack.
One video shows her filling the different compartments of a lunch box with noodles, cucumber filled with mozzarella, pesto and cherry tomatoes, chicken wings and a wrap containing Nutella and banana.
Thousands of people comment on her videos, with many jokingly wishing they were her husband so they could enjoy the tasty food.
One person wrote: “Petitioning to replace your husband.”
Another said: “Does your husband know how lucky he is?”
“Ok wait you’re giving me great ideas, thanks,” replied a third.
A different user added: “I don’t even make lunch that good for myself.”
Others weren’t so sure about the amount of food she packed, with some saying it was “too much”.
“This is my lunch and dinner,” proclaimed someone else.
“That’s so much food for one lunch,” responded a second.
“Ma’am that is five lunches,” posted another.
But Liza doesn’t mind the criticism, instead she welcomes it as it helps her “grow” and “improve”.
Speaking Mirror Online, she admitted: “My husband and I were both surprised and delighted to discover that so many people showed interest in my videos.
“All the positive comments that I get propel me to continue making more content, while constructive criticism helps me to grow and improve the overall quality.”
She went on to explain where she gets some of her food inspiration from.
“I occasionally go to a nearby Japanese store that has lots of cool-looking kitchen utensils, like rice molds, cookie cutters, etc,” she said.
“Those tools help me come up with most of my peculiar dish ideas.
“Besides that, I get my inspiration from Asian, Mexican, Eastern European and other cuisines.”
She continued to say: “It can take as little as 20 minutes or as long as one hour to pack one lunch. It depends on the dish complexity.
“It also takes another 20 minutes to edit the video and to pick the right song.”
Liza says her favourite thing to make for her husband Dan, is Japchae, which is a Korean noodle dish with beef and vegetables.
To watch more of Liza’s lunch videos, you can follow her here.
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