Reddit Reddit reviews Thermos Stainless King 24 Ounce Food Jar, Midnight Blue

We found 15 Reddit comments about Thermos Stainless King 24 Ounce Food Jar, Midnight Blue. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Thermos Stainless King 24 Ounce Food Jar, Midnight Blue
Thermos vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention, hot or cold, keeps liquids hot for 14 hours and cold for 24 hours, package may vary.Durable stainless steel interior and exterior. Product Size (W x D x H): 3.7 x 3.7 x 7.2 inchesCool to the touch with hot liquids, sweat proof with coldCompact and insulated stainless steel serving bowlWide mouth is easy to fill, eat from and clean
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15 Reddit comments about Thermos Stainless King 24 Ounce Food Jar, Midnight Blue:

u/chillywill8e · 34 pointsr/slowcooking

Could you just use a thermos?

u/mishgan · 32 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

> hydro flask quality products

HydroFlasks are of extremely bad quality. For food (like stews, soups etc.). I love the Thermos Stainless King for food If you fill in a hot soup ~80°C in there it will be still mouth burning hot a good 10 hours later. TIP: when making a stew you can actually have it be slightly undercooked (not talking raw meet, but let's say a bit chewy still), as it will keep on cooking in the thermos. similarly I had some incredible stews, because after transferring them from the hot sauce pan straight into the thermos it kept stewing for another 8 hours, and the meat was basically falling apart. had those on a great amount of hikes and treks.

stanley is also great, but most are made for drinks - the bottle neck is narrower so might be better for blended soups or hot chocolate :)

u/Aperture_Kubi · 17 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Only issue I have with Mr. Bento (and the smaller Mrs. Bento) is that I have issues figuring out what to use it with.

I picked up a Thermos Food Jar for one dish lunches. Works well for noodle or fried rice based dishes.

u/Saccaed · 15 pointsr/AskMen

You might try using a thermos. It can make staying on a decent diet pretty convenient. I find I can cook in the morning, fill a 24 ounce thermos with the remaining bits, and have much less trouble maintaining a healthy diet. I like doing soups, but pretty much anything stays hot in it for 14+hours.

u/parametrek · 6 pointsr/preppers

> Once you fire up the stove, and boil your water, it is MORE economical to store your boiling hot water in a vacuum flask, than it is to fire up your stove and reheat the water you didn't use the last time.

I can give you some numbers on this. Before a getting a flask I had spent around $15/year on energy for boiling water for tea/coffee. With a thermos it was $5/year. This doesn't sound like much. Energy is cheap when civilization is functioning normally. But if you need to forage for wood every day or have limited propane stockpiles or only a couple of solar panels then it really makes a difference.

> because it works markedly better than stainless lined

The stainless thermoses work pretty good. They'll easily keep a beverage hot for 12 hours. You are supposed to preheat the steel flasks but I will skip that because boiling water is too hot for tea. The water is cooled just enough to be right where I want it.

The stainless thermoses are much nicer to carry around in a backpack. I have several of them and recommend this model. Anything smaller than 3 cups is not worth bothering with.

u/omg_pwnies · 5 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

A terrific option is a wide mouth thermos. You'd put hot food in it and it stays hot for up to 9 hours (it also says 12 hours to keep cold stuff cold).

That gives you tons of options for all kinds of things. I googled good recipe ideas for thermos and found a bunch of ideas.

And now my stomach is growling. :p Hope this helps!!

u/stonecats · 4 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

got this for $20 - much better than Yeti BS;
marketers can make up any hours they like,
don't fall for their nonsense.
basically anything that keeps food hot/cold
for the ~6 hours between meals is enough.

in my experience, such vessels are better
at keeping things cold far longer than hot.
this is why people who ship temp sensitive
stuff over winter use chemical heat packs.

u/TooSmalley · 3 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

When I was a delivery driver I just used a Thermos Food Jar I’d make all the food on Sunday and instead of individual meal packs I’d scoop out todays meal warm it up and the thermos would keep it warm till lunch.

I would have to clean the thermos every night or morning, but I figured it was worthwhile vs eating fast food.

u/AxTheAxMan · 3 pointsr/4hourbodyslowcarb

For lunches I use this Thermos food container thingy. If you heat stuff up in the morning it'll keep it hot all day. Holds 24oz which is plenty for me, but if you need more food you could get two of them. Anyway, I think it's a good solution for those of us with no way to heat our lunch during the day. Good luck!

As far as bathroom trips, I find that my body adjusted to the diet in a week or two and things go back to normal. :)

u/OOIIOOIIOOIIOO · 2 pointsr/glutenfree

I don't have a go-to food idea for you, but this container has come in really handy for me when using it for a similar purpose:

I have used it to bring a really simple meal of brown rice with chia with me on airplanes, but the dishes it could be used for are myriad. Soups, stews, ricebowls, etc. It can keep food hot/warm for a looooong time.

u/howlinggoatfish · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

A decent thermos

That's the latest one I bought. I'm pretty happy with it. Sometimes I can't eat all of what I put in there but I like being able to fill it up when I want the extra.

u/kukulaj · 1 pointr/bicycletouring

This is big:

but it might work for cooking a whole meal by retained heat - like rice, lentils, and maybe some carrots or whatever.

u/GhostOfTheNet · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

A lunchbox item like this one. This is a 24-ounce one, and there is a 16-ounce one, too. Cooking and food preparation would be necessary, but in the long run, it promotes healthier eating, and it helps save some money from not buying lunch and eating out for lunch all the times. Thank you for the contest!