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Re: [RC] Keeping food cold and safe to eat - heidi

1. Start with blocks of ice not cubes.  You can make them in a home
freezer.

And to keep things from being messy in the cooler, I fill old gallon milk
jugs with water and freeze those.  If the weather isn't hot, one will do. 
In the heat of summer, I often take two coolers and put two frozen jugs in
each.  Works well enough (in combination with some of Ed's other
suggestions) to do one-day rides and still have cold food when I get home
on Sunday.

Am gonna try the dry ice for longer outings, though!

Heidi



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Replies
[RC] Keeping food cold and safe to eat, Lysane Cree
Re: [RC] Keeping food cold and safe to eat, Ed & Wendy Hauser