Soup flasks

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  1. lucysmommy

    lucysmommy Gold Member

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    I really enjoy my superfree soup and i was wondering If anyone has a good flask that they could recommend ?

    I bought one in asda a while back for £10 but my soup was cold after 3.5 hrs and I am at Uni and don't have access to a microwave

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    John Lewis had a couple of good mini food flasks, one by thermos and another make I can't remember. But they had 12 hours on the heat keeping promise. Most small ones promise 3 hours
     
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    2 threads on this already along with reviews & recommendations!!
     
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    Noticed this with flasks as well (stainless steel one), someone told me to "prime" it first.
    Boil a kettle and put some water in the flask, put lid on and leave it for a couple of minutes. Pour out the water then put in your soup.
     
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    I use a Bento box

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    Then you can have any solid leftovers and stuff as well as just soup.

    Also agree with the tip about filling it with hot water and then emptying it before putting your hot food in.
     
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