Thermos Thermal Cooker RPC-6000 2x3L & 6L Stainless Steel Pots
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- Includes a single 6L (6.34 qt) and two 3 liter (3.17 qt) stainless steel inner pots
- Vacuum insulated steel thermos outer pot for efficent, long lasting heat or cold retention
- Can keep hot food above 160F for over 6 hours after boiling
- 18-8 thick stainless steel inner pots with clad bottom
- Bail handle will lock lid down securly for easy transport
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I am not totally new to thermal cooking. I purchased my first thermal cooker probably 15 years ago. I got this new one because I really liked the versatility of choosing between the big 6L pot and two 3L pots. I can make a big pot of soup or stew that will last for days or I can make two different dishes at the same time and still have enough leftovers for a couple of lunches. I really enjoy being able to do the heating part of my cooking earlier in the day when it is cool and not heat up the house in the late afternoon/early evening. It is July in Sacramento right now with lots of 100+ days.
I have Celiac Disease, an autoimmune disease that causes my body to attack itself if I eat wheat, barley, or rye, as well as anything made from these grains or that has come into contact with them. Obviously normal bread, cakes, cookies, and gravies are out. But, these ingredients are in an overwhelming amount of things most people eat every day without a thought. Virtually all fast food is out and eating in restaurants can be challenging as well. On top of that most typical convenience type foods are off limits too.
The idea of taking a vacation and eating out multiple times a day for an extended period is just plain scary. I love the idea of traveling with the thermal cooker and a butane burner and preparing a couple of meals a day in it.Read more ›
The first meal I made with the Shuttle Chef was curry. In the past when I make curry I have to cut the potatoes in huge pieces because by the time the food is cooked the potatoes lost half of their size by constant boiling. But with the Shuttle Chef all pieces retain their shape but still being cooked to perfection. That's because the inner pot was on the stove for only 20 mins, and the outer vacuum insulated pot kept the food at the same temp for the 6 hours I was away, all without additional heat and movement.
At this price it might sound expensive, but think about all the gas/electricity you can save in a long run, not the mention the convenience. A 4-hour cooking only takes 20-30 minutes on stove and you can walk away, sleep or drive to your friends' house and the food will be cooked and ready to serve. Can you really fall asleep or go shopping with the stove on?
The SC is the best pot I've ever had. And for those who never have time to cook food other than instant ramen I think this will definitely help you... a real "set it and forget it", and come home for the perfect stew! There are also loads of recipes for thermal cookers on the web you can use to make wonderful meals.
I have other old thermos thermal shuttle chef but the outer pot lid does not wobble or tilt; and it closes tightly even though I do not move the handle to "Lock" position. I suspect the item I rec'd from this seller is defective. I am still waiting for the seller's response and to replace this item. It is getting absurd that I have to wait this long for a replacement after I have been charged on Jan. 14, 2013 for $296.44.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Super high quality and beautiful looks aside, this set is absolutely perfect for cooking and transporting food. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Flip
It isn't cheap but it works incredibly well. It retains heat much longer than its specifications. I have cooked everything from greens to roasts to beans in it and it has not... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Christopher Purvis
Being able to cook in these very well designed pots then put them into an external insulating container for me is both a time and energy saver. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Curious
Arrived in time.
Was as Shown.
Would Recommend it.
Packaging was great.
This is a great invention, save energy and safe. especially cooking congee and Chinese Soup, cook at night, done in the morning. Keep warm or keep cold, fantastic. Read morePublished on September 22, 2013 by Jessica
We bought one of these because we are experimenting with low energy ways of cooking food, and because my sister in law has been using one for years. Read morePublished on July 14, 2013 by New Mexico Paul
I would recommend this set with the 3 pots, which makes it more versatile than a single or two pot system.
This set is expensive but hugely useful. Read more
used it for my son fundraiser for school . It worked out well... kept it warm and loved it . Other parents asked about it.Published on November 18, 2012 by coyne masuda