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pdnr

  9 days ago

How do you keep cold foods cold and hot foods hot when you are bring them home from the grocery store or from take out at a restaurant?

We keep two coolers in the trunk of the car and before I leave for the grocery store, I get two large ice packs from my freezer and put them in each cooler.

Inside the store, I place frozen foods inside brown paper bags that are supposed to keep foods frozen for 45 minutes. (I reuse these bags over and over and take them to all stores even if though they have the Walmart logo.)

If I have something I want to keep hot from takeout, I heat medical gel packs in the microwave and wrap them in a dish towel and place them in an insulated cooler that I put in the car.
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Abrown01

  3 days ago
Use a bag Reply
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kimgif23

  4 days ago
Thank you for the wonderful information! Reply
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engr_jmdelacruz

  5 days ago
Wow! That's a great tip. I never do that Reply
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mersid48

  5 days ago
In summer coolers with ice . Reply
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echien

  6 days ago
In an insulated container Reply
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becky51

  6 days ago
We only live 10 min from the grocery store and the store where I get frozen foods is the last store I go to. So that isn't a problem for us. Reply
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O5356690

  6 days ago
Eat hot food , place cold food in a refrigerator Reply
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heidejoa

  6 days ago
Cold in the fridge
Hot, in the microwave
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PunkinAnnie

  7 days ago
i keep a cooler in my car and put ice in it when i am shopping. Reply
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Binky2go

  7 days ago
Thats a lot of work to go through! I have the containers I get from Amazon Fresh, they are pretty big and easy to use if I want to take them to the grocery store to pack things in. But the trade off is, they get heavy and lifting a loaded container like that can be difficult if you have no help to carry it in the house Reply
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