Use thin slices of raw carrot, cut lengthwise from the middle of a whole carrot, as an edible divider between the rice and the kidney beans. The carrot slices are doubled up, and are thick enough that the curry sauce doesn’t seep through to the rice. Afterwards the slices can be eaten or just thrown away. Other edible dividers you could user here would be thick lettuce slices or a piece of raw cabbage.
from Makiko Itoh of JustBento: Is this salmon (sake) furikake? Or is it salmon (sake) flakes? Or maybe it’s even salmon soboro. Whatever you call it, it’s finely flaked salmon that you can sprinkle onto plain rice, use as an onigiri filling, or on ochazuke. You could fold it into egg for a salmon omelette, on boiled vegetables…whatever your imagination can come up with.