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I'll bet they're still delicious!

I'm wondering if you could try putting them in a zip top bag or vacuum sealed bag, and then dropping them and a safe slice of bread in the thermos -- the bread might absorb the moisture from condensation and the zip top bag might help keep the tenders a tad drier.

You could post a question on KFA's Food and Cooking Forum, and I'll bet there may be folks there who might have a solution. I'd love to hear more ideas about using a thermos to take different types of foods besides soups on the road. 


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We magnate allergies to milk, egg, peanut, and tomato. 90% of the time we just pack shelf stable products but when we know we are going to be out and about during a meal time we pack something in a thermos that is preheated, like chicken nuggets. We do pack everything in a cooler as well so if we happen so need to throw an ice pack in we donโ€™t have to switch bags. C69ECE92-A835-4312-8F47-64BF19C3BEEB


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