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I like to rice or beans or whatever in a Crockpot. But the thing sits on the counter for about a week, and the mold starts and the smells start. I never seem to finish it all before it starts to rot.
So It would be nice if there was pit in the top of my refrigerator where I could leave the thing
most days to cool and calm and not putrefy.
I don't mind a little danger as far food goes, but...
( Maybe if the pot wasn't so big I could put the whole thing in the frig without spilling it or smashing a toe. )
I had a go at solving this
[bs0u0155, Jan 26 2016]
[LimpNotes, Jan 26 2016]
||Really ? I'll have look into it. Do you think Wall-mart might stock something so exotic ?
||Or just leave the crockpot running all the time -
should keep everything at bay except thermophiles.
You could keep adding stuff to it to keep it going.
||Would keeping the crockpot running all the time drive selective evolution of thermophiles?
||[bs0]'s solution is what hit me as well. Refrigerator in a
||Skinny, how the hell are you? Oh and you are right about the
bigger fridge perspective.
||I'm going to link that [Maxwell] just because I was interested in it once, but never got around to trying it.