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Old 05-06-2016, 05:12 PM   #15
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Kenji: are you talking about the Max Burton 6905 Digital 12 Volt Portable Lunch Box Stove to Go? or another product?
That's correct. I linked to it on Amazon. The 6905 Digital stove to go is the item I am talking about. I love this thing.

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Are Amazon affiliate links allowed here?
If so I can add it through that too. I get a small percentage of anything you buy there with no extra cost to you. It's a cool way to make some extra money while on the road for anyone who has not heard of it. I only refer to things such as this 12v oven that I use and love.
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Old 05-17-2016, 07:38 AM   #16
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Terry- Janet- Anyone else- My Rival 3 cup rice cooker has Cook, & Warm, functions. This morning I decided to trial Strawberry & Banana bread, using a black banana & strawberry muffin mix. The rice cooker is clicking over to Warm every 2-3 minutes. Just thought I would tell the world not to trial this unless you have a programmable thermostat. Off now to look for those toaster oven cake pans I bought 4 years ago.
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Mitzi, after about 5 min., you click it on again. Keep clicking it on after a few minutes on warm. Probably will take 3 cycles.

It is like cycling the heat on other appliances, only you do it manually.

I have made banana bread and chocolate cake in my tiny 1.5 cup Black and Decker.

Fuzzy Logic is far easier, but if a simple cook/warm cooker is all you have, with no oven available, it is an option.

The other day, I baked a loaf of yeast bread in my larger one. It browned nicely on the bottom. I flipped it over, after it was mostly done, to get some color on the top. It was a round loaf. The sides did not get browned, but it cut and tasted like a regular loaf of bread.
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rice cook sorry I could not help my self .
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Kenji - how do you plug in your Burton rice cooker in the trailer? Not sure how to plug it in on my Scamp.
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Old 06-15-2016, 10:38 AM   #20
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I also use my waffle iron for cooking cinnamon rolls from a can, very fast and the kids love them. I wonder if the rice cooker would be better than my Crock Pot that stays in my camper?
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Old 06-15-2016, 11:44 AM   #21
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I made an apple coffee cake thing using those large canned cinnamon rolls. Apples were on the bottom with apples, pecans, and brown sugar through it. When I flipped it out of rice cooker, it was kind of an upside down apple coffee cake.

Going to try a double batch in the Dutch oven next weekend.
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