View Full Version : Can I slighty warm food?
03-05-2011, 09:42 AM
I made the zucchini spaghetti the other night with pesto and chopped tomatoes and it was delightful! I put it on my stove next to the other things that I was cooking for my family, just to give it a little warmth. I even stuck a meat thermometer in it!
What other ways can I do this? I don't anticipate buying a dehydrator soon.
Yes! Go for it! I love to do this, especially in the winter. Also, when you make a blended soup, you will find the blender will often warm it for you just from the time and speed you are blending.
You can heat up water on the stove, then put the food in a bowl, and immerse the bowl in the water. You can also open the door to the oven, put it on the lowest temp, and put the bowl in there for a short time until it's warm to touch but nowhere close to hot.
Yeah I guess it should be safe to warm it up up to body temperature. When you eat it it will be anyway warmed up close to this temperature, so why not help the body :)
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