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With those, I have heard that buying the real thermos kind and paying a little more can be worth it.  Definitely check out reviews before you buy, they can say a lot.  


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We have a thermos ( Coleman brand?) for coffee. The key is to put hot water in the thermos for several minutes before you put the hot food in to warm it. It makes a big difference.

crockpot makes a little crock for re-heating food if you have a plug. It's not for cooking but you could put cooked chile in it and have it ready in a hotel room in a couple of hours while you go out.


 

 

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I use the Ms. Bento for my girls' lunches. They say their food is warm at lunch time and it hols quite a bit of food! I keep the bottom cup full of hot water because the middle cup holds all of their food. The brand is Zojirushi. It costs more, but worth it to me.

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Coleman is fantastic. I just got back from my holiday away. I took all my dehydrated meals I made, and rehydrated them early in the day, they were piping hot at dinner time. definitely preheat it with boiling water first. 


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Avoid Aladdin brand. Every one I have ever had (two that I bought and a couple that were gifts) has leaked. I would stick with Thermos brand or as others have mentioned, Coleman.


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It took 3 !/2 years but my intolerances to corn, soy, and everything else (except gluten) are gone!

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Thanks for the recommendations. I picked up a Thermos brand 24 oz food jar. It's supposed to be able to keep food hot for 9 hours or cold for 12 hours. I'm looking forward to trying it!


~Ruth

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We love the thermos! It's made my life so much easier to just pack hot food in it whenever I need to pack food to go somewhere. Well worth the extra expense to get a good one! The thermos keeps food hot for up to 9 hours.


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