Office lunch game changer


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I have this little workhorse that i have been using at least 3-4 times a week for 6 years to prepare lunches when I’m away from home for meetings, classes, conferences, etc.  it’s called the Hot Logic Mini.  You put in your left overs and plug it in and it heats it to the perfect temp and keeps it there until you are ready to eat, plus it doesn’t overcook or burn your food.  It also does a great job cooking fresh or frozen ingredients into a meal as well.  I’ve tossed frozen chicken breast or salmon with frozen veggies and a dressing and had a delicious meal to sit down to at lunch time.  No fuss no microwave.  I also use it for when I need a lunch for me and my three boys during a homeschool tutorial or a summer day camp.  It holds enough food to feed all of us well.  If you meal prep you just grab a meal place it the bag and go.  Plug it in and let it cook while you do your thing.  I will often use this at home instead of the microwave to reheat my meal just because it taste better.  All of the claims they make on how to use it on the website actually work and work well.  I had BBQ chicken, baked potato and baked apples for lunch today. I plugged it in when I got to my location and it was hot and delicious when I was ready to eat, which was a good thing because I only had 15 minutes between meetings.  Now it’s heating up my fajita meat to add to a salad for dinner later.  Seriously this has been a game changer for me when it comes to packing a lunch.  The hot logic mini is currently on sale.  I encourage you to go check it out.  

https://hotlogicmini.com/products/party-like-its-1999

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On 8/13/2020 at 1:10 AM, AlexCaro said:

I've never seen something like this before but it looks very useful. It's amaizing, you can bring it it every place you want. I'm sure even cooking in the car could be possible if you will make the cable suitable for cars

We have used it in the car with a converter 

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