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Food Containers Advice

Postby Elahid » Mon Aug 24, 2020 9:29 am

Hi all. Do you guys know of any food containers that are smaller that will hold maybe a sandwich or 2 that will keep food hot/warm? i'm thinking they must have something small to carry in my pack? with the colder weather, it would be so nice to take hot food with on the trail. I do already carry a thermos that's been great at keeping liquids hot for 8 hrs and it is the best to open that up and drink some hot chocolate mixed w/ coffee & marshmallows or some tomato soup! makes you all warm and toasty. I made a hot grilled cheese sandwich to take the last wkend but by the time I got around to eating it - it was really cold! so I thought "mmmm" wonder if.
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Re: Food Containers Advice

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Re: Food Containers Advice

Postby vivienz » Wed Aug 26, 2020 8:56 pm

How about an insulated pouch that you can insert one of those hand warmers into? You can 'recharge' some of them, too, so it wouldn't be too much of a throwaway.
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