Ways to Heat Own Food When Away from Home? [moved from Special Diets board]
Like probably a lot of people following special diets, I prefer to eat my own food whenever possible. I'm just seeking ideas for how to heat food in a pyrex bowl (typical meal for me is precooked rice and meat) when away from home. I know sometimes gas stations have microwaves in the area they sell convenience foods in, but in a city, these can be hard to come by.
And I think I've tried every type of contraption around (hot plate that plugs into car power outlet, self-heating type camping meal heaters, etc.), but haven't found one that works too well.
Any ideas appreciated,
For 25 years, or longer cycle camping in France I have used a Trangia stove:
It has served me well, runs on denatured ethanol which is sold in France as
alcool à brûler and in England as Methylated spirits , in the USA as Ethanol.
The Trangia has no moving parts .
You can cook up a storm: