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post #5 of Old 03-01-2012
Minnewaska
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I would never clip in next to a flame or boil temp liquid or fry grease, etc.

However, I would never cook in a storm or any condition where clipping in might be helpful anyway. I keep preprared food for those times, its just too risky for me. Boiled hot water in a thermos will last a long time if you know you are heading into a stink. Running the genset to power the microwave for 3 mins is also much safer, if available.


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