Heating liquids to 80-110 degrees

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    Sjungdahl New Member

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    I am so tired of having to use a pan or my electric kettle and a thermometer for activating yeast, feeding my starter...
    There has to be a electric kettle with a thermostat and these temp ranges.
    Anyone know of one?
     
    Sjungdahl, Aug 25, 2019
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    Norcalbaker59 Well-Known Member

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    I have a Fellow electric for pour over coffee. The lowest is 104°F. I doubt there’s anything lower than that because there’s really no reason for a kettle to heat water to low temperature. But pour over coffer kettles are very pricey so I wouldn’t recommend buying one just to rehydrate yeast.

    https://fellowproducts.com/products/staggekg
     
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