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Old 09-07-2015, 07:41 PM   #15
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I have a question regarding the "danger zone". The food in the pot has been heated to the boiling point ergo the bacteria have all been killed right? The lid stays on the pot. the pot goes into the wonder bag. The food cooks and also cools until it gets into the danger zone where germs can grow. OK here's the question. WHAT GERMS? They're all dead.
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I have a question regarding the "danger zone". The food in the pot has been heated to the boiling point ergo the bacteria have all been killed right? The lid stays on the pot. the pot goes into the wonder bag. The food cooks and also cools until it gets into the danger zone where germs can grow. OK here's the question. WHAT GERMS? They're all dead.
Is the lid airtight?
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Your pot is lidded, inside the WonderBag.

Read about them....they are pretty amazing.



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As I said, is the pot airtight?

The quality of that containment (same as the quality of the seal on a pot left to cool on a stove) decides if there are bugs present to grow.

That's why commercial food services have guidelines around how long food can be left (even covered) in the so called 'red zone'.

This has nothing to do with the Wonderbag (after all they are just an insulated bag) and all about containment and good food hygiene.
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