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How to keep food warm if there is no electricity or gas: tips from experts

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Due to scheduled power outages, it is not always possible to cook or even heat food. In such cases, there are simple methods that will help keep food warm longer if there is no electricity or gas.

The FoodOboz editorial team has gathered information for you and will tell you how to keep food warm longer if there is no electricity or gas.

How to keep food warm longer

1. Grandma's method

This method involves wrapping freshly cooked food in a pot in several layers of cloth. To enhance the effect, you can make an additional layer of thermal bags.

2. Thermoses for food

This method is an alternative to the previous one. Such thermoses come in different sizes. They can be used to store boiled potatoes, soup, borscht, and even tea.

How to keep food warm in thermoses

3. Multicooker

This is an equally convenient method, because the multicooker bowl acts as a so-called thermos and retains heat well. An hour before the power is turned off, you can put food in the multicooker bowl and turn on the "Warming" mode.

4. Oven

Same as in the previous option: bake the food and leave it in the heated oven to minimize heat loss.

How to keep food warm in a slow cooker

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