Have you ever warmed up food wraped in tin foil on a car engine block?

I've seen it before done by other people on youtube. I'm just wondering of other people that have tried it. πŸ˜‚

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What Girls Said 1

  • No, I suppose the smell would be really off-putting.

    • I did try that the other day at work on the frac pad. It worked and no after taste.

    • That's great to know! Might be useful to me in the future.

What Guys Said 2

  • My dad used to be in the military, and he told me that when he was out in the desert, they never started a fire to cook. If you wanted to cook something, you took out any somewhat clean metal surface, set it in the sand, and dropped your raw food on top. The sun was so hot that it would cook it for you.

  • Not on a car, but done it on sleds and boat motors

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      Was it Ok? Or did it have an aftertaste?

    • It was warm food, probably tasted like exhaust fumes but after a day in the bush I don’t really care

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