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12 Travel Mugs To Guarantee You Have Coffee Everywhere You Go 11/15/14, via Bustle

If you were to ask me to drink hot water and ground beans, I would run away immediately. But, change the name to coffee, and I'm all over it. Throw in one of these awesome travel mugs, and we are totally good to go.

GOOD TO GO? 08/17/10, via Tampabay.com

It took more than 8 minutes on high for 4 cups of cold soup, with all those noodles, to reach 200 degrees. At that amount of time, we figured it would have been just as easy to use the stove. That's what brought us to the realization that most people

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GOOD TO GO? - Tampabay.com

The food she packs in their insulated containers isn't hot at lunchtime. Gumbo is tepid. Chicken soup is cold. She has tried cheap containers and expensive ones. She pours in boiling water to heat them for five minutes before adding hot food — just as the directions say — but it makes no difference. Still, she is determined to use up leftovers and send her children — 8, 10 and 12 — off to school with a wholesome meal. Missy, we're here to help. Our test of five insulated containers claiming to keep food hot for hours revealed some information that may solve the hot lunch dilemma. "Hot" being the key word. All insulated containers, even the most expensive and well-known, lose heat over time. Yet our tests showed that if food is not warmed to nearly boiling (212 degrees) before it goes into the container, it likely won't be hot at lunch. If you're using the microwave for a morning warmup, the food probably isn't getting hot enough. Generally, the microwave is used to heat a dish until it's just warm enough to eat immediately. "I heat is as hot as I would normally serve it for dinner," Missy says. But that heat won't be maintained for four hours, even in an insulated container. Another factor that can affect the temperature of your lunch is the quality of the container. The five insulated containers we tested lost between 35 and 100 degrees in 4 ½ hours. To put the degree thing into perspective, know that a standard cup of Starbucks coffee is 160 degrees. At that temperature, you're taking sips rather than big gulps. Once the coffee drops to 100 degrees, you definitely want a warmup. The containers were purchased at a Target in St. Petersburg, but they are widely available, and all can be found online. We tested the insulated containers three times, heating them with boiling water for five minutes before adding the food each time. The first time, we brought canned chicken noodle soup to boiling on the stove. We filled the containers and noted the temperature: about 200 degrees. The winner was the mega-industrial Stanley "vacuum food jar," which yielded 165-degree soup. That was almost too hot for children who barely have 20 minutes to eat lunch. However, if you want the food to stay piping hot, Stanley will do it for you. Our second test was conducted in the same way, except the soup was heated in the microwave. It took more than 8 minutes on high for 4 cups of cold soup, with all those noodles, to reach 200 degrees. At that amount of time, we figured it would have been just as easy to use the stove. That's what brought us to the realization that most people using the microwave aren't making the food hot enough. Who microwaves anything that long. A third test confirmed the theory. We heated soup in the microwave to a suitable temperature for immediate eating, about 150 degrees. In just three hours, the soup in all but the Stanley was barely lukewarm and completely unappetizing. Our advice is to buy the best container you can afford and make sure it suits your needs. Open it up at the store and look at the serving cup lid. Does it come with a spoon (and can you keep up with it). Inspect the opening and make sure it's wide enough to clean and load. Ask yourself: Is it the right size for my child's lunch box. Does it hold enough food for my teenager. And, lastly, crank up the heat on the food. That way, no one will eat tepid gumbo again. com or (727) 893-8586. . HOW DO THE INSULATED CONTAINERS STACK UP. . STANLEY ($21. 99). 17-ounce capacity stainless. Temperature of 200-degree soup after 4 ½ hours: 165 degrees. THERMOS ($19. 99). 16-ounce capacity stainless. Dishwasher-safe, top rack. Temperature of 200-degree soup after 4 ½ hours: 150 degrees. EMBARK ($10. 49). 12-ounce capacity stainless. Dishwasher-safe. Temperature of 200-degree soup after 4 ½ hours: 100 degrees. It's difficult to open and the outside of the container gets too hot. ALADDIN ($9. 99). 12-ounce.

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Aladdin Hybrid Stainless Steel Travel Mug - 07/08/15, via goodhousekeeping.com

Overall a decent mug, use this one carefully as it leaks and can break if you drop it. The handle is a nice bonus for making this mug easy to grab. 16-ounces. Available in seal, lake, and violetta. Aladdin-pmi.com.

Aladdin Hybrid Plastic Mug - 07/08/15, via goodhousekeeping.com

There's not much to recommend about this plastic mug except the price. It didn't tip easily ... Available in lake, seal, and violetta. aladdin-pmi.com.

12 Travel Mugs To Guarantee You Have Coffee Everywhere You Go - 11/15/14, via bustle.com

But, change the name to coffee, and I'm all over it. Throw in one of these awesome travel mugs, and we are totally good to go. Coffee is the nectar of the gods. No one drink is as powerful as this genius concoction. Unfortunately, coffee is not perfect.

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  1. Aladdin | Home Official site for Aladdin brand portable coffee mugs, customizable create your own artwork tumblers, Migo travel mugs, Aveo stainless steel bottles, and on the go ...
  2. STANLEY ® | Stanley, a brand of PMI. Built for Life. Official site for STANLEY ® brand thermos bottles, coffee cups, mugs, and other food containers (formerly Aladdin-Stanley). Great for work, fishing, hunting, hiking ...
  3. Drink it Hot | Aladdin Mugs | Aladdin PMI Shop from our wide variety of Drink It Hot products, including plastic and stainless steel insulated travel mugs.
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