Whether you are living off grid, are an avid boater, camper, or other person
who likes to be "away from it all," you most certainly know the importance of
keeping your food and beverages cool to maintain their freshness and prevent
the growth of bacteria which could make you sick. Food safety matters.
In these pages, find out how and what you can use to enjoy healthy nutritious
food (and perhaps a cold beer too) even if you are out for hour or days with
your sustenance in a portable powered cooler.
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How Cold Should I Chill My Food?
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