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Old 08-16-2007, 02:51 PM   #11
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such a tiny amount, if you had Any idea of what I had here you`de RUN! :D

I was only kidding anyway, you really shouldn`t eat the stuff at all!
the Radium`s just as bad too!
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Old 08-16-2007, 03:14 PM   #12
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If you have three or four hot dogs from the fridge at 35 F, a thermos and some boiling water at 212 F and combine the three, what would the resulting temperature be once the hot water heated up the hot dogs and the thermos walls? It might be between 40 F and 140 F.
If you bring the dogs to room temp first then that should not be an issue.
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If you bring the dogs to room temp first then that should not be an issue.
...or if you preheat them and just use the water t keep them hot. It would also depend on the size of the thermos and how many hot dogs you put in. More water = more heat to keep the temp up.
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That is basically what the hotdog venders do don't they? They have a big thing of hot water that the dogs sit in. Of course there is probably a heat source keeping that water hot.
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