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What exactly does our vacuum insulation save, you might ask. For starters, it saves the heat. It saves the cold. It saves time, it saves money, it saves waste. Most everyone knows what Zojirushi thermal insulated products are designed to do, but have you thought about how they really help you everyday? This month’s recipes take advantage of the thermal technology of our Food Jars, and while they do their amazing work, you’ll see how they’re helping your lifestyle in other ways, too.

We will also talk about some of our other products, and how their ability to retain temperatures through vacuum insulation can help you in more ways than you realize.

If you love beef, you can try this chunky soup with an Asian flair—prepare it in the morning, let it continue to cook in your Food Jar, and have a meaty meal with tender beef by lunchtime!
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There’s nothing more satisfying than bean soup. Use your favorite mix of beans or lentils in this one and let your Food Jar finish cooking it. Saves time in the morning and you’ll still have a warm meal hours later!
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This rice porridge is perfect for the practicing vegetarian—easy to make, delicious to eat and convenient to bring with you wherever you go. It’s thick enough to eat with a spoon so don’t forget to pack one!
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Zojirushi has told you for years that our thermal insulated bottles will keep your cold drinks icy cold and your hot drinks piping hot—and it’s always true, right? But do you know why it works and how it was invented? This technology is as old as the 19th Century, believe it or not.
A Scottish scientist named James Dewar, a researcher in the field of cryogenics, invented the first vacuum flask by enclosing one container into another and sealing them both at the neck. He drew the air out from between the containers to create a vacuum, an effective insulator. This kept the temperature stable and helped maintain the cold that he needed.
Dewar started to manufacture his vacuum bottle for commercial sale, but refused to patent it. Instead, a couple of German partners who made the bottles for him decided to market the invention and came up with the name Thermos, from the Greek threm, for their new company. Interestingly, the word “Thermos” eventually became so widely used that it was declared a generic trademark by 1963—just like “Kleenex”, “Xerox”, and “Dumpster”.
Amazing Invention
Mick proudly came to work to show off his new thermal bottle. “That’s pretty cool. What is it?” said his colleagues. “My new drink bottle—it keeps cold things cold and hot things hot for hours!” said Mick. “Neat!” said his friends. “So what did you bring?”
Mick beamed, “Two whole cups of coffee and an ice cream bar!”
  Built-in features in many of our Zojirushi products can make life easier for you on a daily basis. Here are just a few that work for you in different ways.  
Vacuum insulated water reservoir retains heat even without power, saving energy over long term use. (CV-DCC40/50)
Timer function can be set to turn boiler on, optimizing hot water usage for when you need it most.
QUICK TEMP feature heats water to the desired temperature without having to boil first, saving energy and time. (CV-DCC40/50, CD-JWC30/40, CD-LFC30/40/50, CD-WCC30/40)
Vacuum insulated carafes help to keep your coffee hot, and preserve the flavor without the use of a heating plate. (EC-YSC100)
Vacuum insulation and hot/cold retention means foods and drinks are kept at their best temperature. Less need for your microwave to reheat!
Easy to wash and reuse means less disposable waste!
Automatic 1-lb. breadmaker
Healthy course settings: Multigrain, Whole Wheat, Quick Whole Wheat, Gluten Free, Salt Free, Sugar Free and Vegan
Versatile course settings: Bread and Pizza Dough, Pasta Dough, Cake and Jam
European course setting bakes light and savory breads to pair with a variety of cuisines
Convenient Quick course bakes a loaf in just 2 hrs. and 20 min.
Our next issue will be about our Zojirushi breadmakers, and we’ll introduce you to the newest member of our family, the compact 1-lb. BB-SSC10. Stay tuned!