Keep your galley cool and forget worrying about the pot on the burner! Retained Heat Cooking is one of the hottest (no pun intended) ways to slowcook food in a boat, RV or when camping. This method is the practice of heating a pot to boiling, then simmering for just a few minutes, and then placing the pot in a well-insulated container to finish cooking with the heat that the pot and contents already have.
The Heylobag was recommended by Practical Sailor as low in cost and easier to stow than similar products. It saves fuel and time tending the stove, reduces heat in the summer, and moisture and carbon dioxide in winter. The bag is made from polyester fleece inside and out and is filled with thermal plastic beads which conform to the food container. It accomodates pots up to 3 quarts and has an opening for the pot handle. Comes in the color red. It’s perfect for one-pot dinners underway!