- Product Dimensions: 7 x 7 x 4 inches ; 1.6 pounds
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Hydroheat Flameless Cooker (30 oz)
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- Stainless Steel
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- No Power or Flames
- Just Add Water!
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 7 x 7 inches|
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How do you cook without fire? The HydroHeat™ Flameless Heat Cooker is how we do it! By using only water and one of our Heat Packs, you can cook your freeze-dried and dehydrated food anywhere you are! Because the heating process requires no fire, it is safe to use where fire is out of the question, such as while driving, at the office, at home during a power outage, or even while camping or hunting in areas where fire is prohibited. The HydroHeat™ Flameless Heat Cooker is your safe, portable option for cooking no matter where you are. *Caution: Steam, water, and contents will be hot! Contents: 1) Hydroheat Flameless Cooker and One Large Heat Pack. Directions: Prepare food in stainless steel bowl according to food directions. Add 1/2 cup of water to plastic cooker. Remove large heat pack from wrapper. Place in Water. Insert stainless steel bowl over heat pack and water. Snap on lid and heat for 5-30 minutes. Stir occasionally. Cook times may vary.
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For this test we tried to do scrambled eggs. We took six eggs and put it in our cooler before we left.
I cooked onions and bell peppers the night before and put them in a container and put them in a cooler the next morning before we left. Later in the morning when all the set up was done and we were ready to cook I poured in about 4 of the six eggs that were beaten and vegetables in the container. I put in the prescribed amount of water and one pad and it started steaming up almost immediately.
The cooker ran its course in about 15 minutes maybe 20 and the fuel was used up. The best cooking
occurred around the edges of the container more than in the center. I believe this is due to water displacement as the fuel pad expands and pushes the water to the outer edges of the pan. Those of you prior military folks remember the MRE heaters that would do about the same but always gave off a smell and a white crusty residue in the heater bag. These pads cook clean and leave no residue. The pan is clean after it cooks.
After 15 minutes this fist pad was used up but still keeping things warm. The eggs were not quite done and in the center were still raw so I stirred in the rest of the egg mixture and added some seasoning and and one "Baby Bell" 2% cheese ball and then used a second pad. Another 15 minutes and the cooking was complete or to my preference that is. The contents of the container or all the eggs were completely cooked and not over done or dry. The cheese was melted into the eggs. It was some of the best eggs I had cooked in a while due to the non flame cooking.
This type of cooking is great as it was a cool morning and I was a little uncomfortable. I had a warm meal and used the container to keep me warm as well as my food. It made for a very nice experience. My food stayed warm all the way through my meal which is often problematic on outdoor events when your food gets cold fast. The cover also allows you to keep your food covered if you want to go get some more coffee and come back to find your meal is still warm just like you left it. With this system you cook and enjoy a hot meal all the way through.
With all advantages there are also a few disadvantages.
With this system I'm afraid you may have a challenge with real dense food like pasta. I suggest your precook your pasta and place it in a container with olive oil or butter to keep it from sticking and place it in a container or vacuum pack it. This system I don't think is designed for raw meat that takes more substantial cooking. I suggest you cook your meet such as bacon, ground beef or ground sausage and also store it for later use. This system does cook but not like conventional stoves or stoves.
Also clean up is a real challenge. These are NOT non stick containers. You need to make sure you have some scrub pads. If you let your food dry before you clean it you will have to really scrub and scrub to clean. Dried eggs are a major challenge. When we got home that night I had to really scrub the pan hard to clean it!!!! I suggest you spray your container with your favorite cooking spray before you start cooking.
This system worked so well that I am purchasing all the other accessories to include the mug and the larger cooking container. I am a Ham Radio operator and do a lot of outside events and with all the set up I have to do with my communications gear its nice to have a system this self contained that I can make a fast meal with very little prep time. I am adding this system to my A Bag as we call it for quick deployments. Its also a very good system for all families to have for emergency preparedness.
Pros: Heats up anything, simple to use, easy to clean, great for leftovers
Cons: cost of heaters, top cover is very finicky about staying closed
I normally have my food in a lunchbox, but I may put small cooler packs in the bottom pan to keep things cool before eating.