With a thermal cooker, start dinner when it’s convenient & transfer pans to the thermal cooker. Let it cook 4 to 8 hours while you do other things! [More] Thermal Cooker
Thermal cooking is a great way to use less fuel, keep cooking heat to a minimum and have time to do the other things you enjoy.
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A 2-cup (pint/half liter) thermos that retains heat for 10+ hours — perfect for cooking rice or beans and making yogurt! [More] The Perfect Small Thermos
Cook rice without all the heat and humidity — while you do other things! [More] Beat the Heat: How to Cook Rice in a Thermos
Start your meal on the stove in the included pan, then when it’s time to turn it down and let simmer, just take it off the stove and slip it inside the thermal container. Your meal continues to cook while you do other things, with no more stove fuel, no electricity, no burning and no more heat in the boat! [More] Thermos Nissan Thermal Cooker
Want to keep your coffee hot on a cold night? Some bottles will do it, others won’t. Here’s a comparison of different types of bottles and how they work. [More] What Makes A Good Thermos?
So your Thermos needs more than just a swish of soapy water with a bottle brush. How to clean way down in there? Here are six techniques: [More] Cleaning a Thermos
Detailed description and instructions on exactly how to make your own yogurt from powdered milk — better than store-bought! [More] Make Your Own Yogurt
My choices for the best Thermos bottles, ranging in size from 16 ounces (2 cups) to 61 ounces (almost a half gallon). I’m amazed at how well they keep food and drinks hot! [More] Best Thermos Bottles
11 keys for successful Thermos cooking plus 2 Thermos recipes – how to save energy and keep heat out of the kitchen [More] Thermos Cooking
Cooking dried beans in a thermos is an easy way to prepare them to use in another recipe – do something else while they cook. Less sodium and easier to store than canned beans. [More] Dried Beans in a Thermos