How to Cook Food Inside When the Power Goes Out

What comes to mind first when you think about a blackout in your neighborhood? Lights are probably first, right? We’ve become dependent on the light that electricity provides in our homes, and being left in the dark can be very disorienting.

But if it’s cold outside when your power goes out, you will also quickly realize that your furnace no longer works. Or if it’s hot outside, your suddenly quiet air conditioner will be a big concern.

Lights and the temperature inside your home are both very important, but if the power outage continues for more than a couple hours, you’re also going to start thinking about food and maybe some entertainment for the evening.

And that’s one of the many benefits of owning a portable, solar-powered generator. Because it’s so light and easy to move around in your home – and because it can power so many different items – it’s the perfect power source to have ready and waiting for you.

Take a look at this video to see how Danielle, one of our 4Patriots employees, uses the portable, solar-powered Patriot Power Generator to fry an egg.

Being fully prepared for an emergency is essential, but let’s face it, we don’t get hit with a crisis every day. And that’s another great thing about the Patriot Power Generator.

You can take it with you on your camping, hunting and fishing trips. Or on your next RV vacation. Or even use it for weekend tailgating and sporting events.

And you don’t have to worry about it running out of juice because it’s solar-powered. You can recharge it for free, thanks to energy from the sun, simply by attaching the solar panel.

Now, Danielle showed you how to make a simple breakfast with a hot plate powered by the Patriot Power Generator. But of course, it’s more than just being able to cook inside when the power goes out.

People are using the Patriot Power Generator to keep their most important tools running in a power emergency. And you can do the same thing… whether it’s your freezer or your CPAP machine. Because there’s no gas or propane, it’s safe to use indoors. Even a child can be taught to use it properly inside your home.

Click here to see it.

To your survival,

Frank Bates

P.S. Having a power source ready and waiting for the next blackout provides peace of mind. But having a generator that is also portable and that you can recharge for free with the rays of the sun, well, that’s almost too good to be true.  Again, click here to take a look.


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