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Boiling water in Italy with an Israeli hotpot

SoCal Mother | Jun 21, 201505:15 PM     1

ok, boiling water counts as food.

I have an Israeli (actually made in Turkey) hot water pot that uses 220 electricity, but the plug is the Israeli "H" type, a grounded three prong plug shaped like "segol."

In order to make hot water in Italy, (see, food connection) I need an adaptor to a three prong grounded Italian plug type "L," or a two prong European plug.

Do those universal adaptors do this?

Really, I bought the thing to make hot water for cocoa and those camping meals, so this really Chow related!

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