The Best Electric Kettle of 2022 (2022)

You must have heard of the saying "a watched pot never boils." I say, switch to an electric kettle. I've been watching -- or testing -- kettles for a while now, and to say they boil fast is an understatement. Electric kettles are underrated as a kitchen appliance. They're essential if you're a coffee or tea drinker, but there are so many other advantages to boiling water quickly, and not all of them involve breakfast beverages.

Employing a bain-marie (hot water bath for baking), a pour of boiling water is perfect for unclogging a backed-up drain or disinfecting a countertop, and those are just a few household jobs that require hot water to get the job done right.

The best electric kettles, down to the simpler models, are all efficient water-boilers in 2022. They're also available with fancy features (like a precise temperature setting system, often with digital display) and in a wide variety of materials, including metal, glass and ceramic. Most have a concealed heating element, preventing burns and making them super safe to use (the hazard of boilingwater excluded). They also usually offer boil-dry protection, so the kettle will turn off if you accidentally turn it on with an insufficient water level. Plus, some havededicated tea-steeping basketsand "hold temperature" buttons so that water stays at your desired temperature setting for a set period of time (typically 20 minutes).

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To find the best electric tea kettle, we put a few popular models to the test. It turns out that most do their most primary function -- boiling water -- at an equally fast pace, so we dug into the rest of the puzzle pieces, including quality, features, ease of use and other details to determine the best electric kettle options in a few different categories.

Included in our test cohort are budget-friendly electric kettles, splurge pots, one Wi-Fi-enabled kettle (controlled by a mobile app) and even an electric teapot with retro charm. Below, I've detailed the testing results for the best electric kettles that range in price and features. Let's see which ones stand out the most.

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Zwilling USA

I like this kettle about as much as I dislike its name "Enfinigy," which is to say a whole lot. Branding misfire aside, the Zwilling kettle totally rocks. This model may not have as many bells and whistles as some of the others on our list, but for me, it's a perfect size (1.5 liters) with a sturdy build and simple, eye-pleasing design.

It also has a cool-touch exterior so the outside stays cool even as the liquid boils inside. Speaking of which, the Zwilling kettle was right on par with some of the fastest boilers in the bunch, taking only 2 minutes and 40 seconds to get to temp.

It's not the cheapest kettle we tried by any means, but $80 is a fair price considering the quality and the added assurance that comes with a top kitchen brand like Zwilling. So with that, (ugh, don't make me say it again) the Enfinigy gets the top slot overall in our tea kettle smackdown.

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OXO

While the Zwilling was my favorite overall, I would place Oxo's electric kettle right up there with the rest of the elite models. If you prefer a glass kettle to always know how much water is inside or keep a visual eye on boiling progress and kettle cleanliness, this is the one to grab.

The Oxo Brew was actually the fastest and most consistent of any in the boil test, reaching 212 degrees F in under 2 minutes and 30 seconds in all three tests I ran. It also has a sleek and sturdy build and would fit nicely with any kitchen motif.

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Beautiful by Drew Barrymore

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If you haven't heard, the child actor turned adult actor turned daytime talk show host is now making kitchen appliances. And the B (stands for beautiful) electric kettle is a rather good one.

This 1.7-liter kettle comes in at just $40 but looks, feels and operates on the level of much pricier models. It heated water in just 2 minutes and 32 seconds -- about as fast as any other -- and held the temperature most consistently. It's made from sturdy matte plastic and is one of only a few cool-touch kettles I tested, meaning the outside never gets hot. This is something a careless klutz such as myself appreciates. This kettle also has specialized tea settings including ones for black tea, green tea and oolong.

Everything is controlled through a sleek digital interface, but it's worth noting that there's always a risk it will short out or malfunction over time. That said, at $40 this kettle was still the clear budget pick for me.

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This is a holdover pick from our first round of testing and (still) an excellent splurge for a seasoned tea drinker. The $300, 51-ounce capacity Breville with stainless steel base is technically a kettle -- but it's also a tea brewer and by far the most decked-out electric tea kettle we tested.

It features hot water and tea buttons, with settings to specify the perfect temperature to brew green, black, white, herbal, oolong or custom and delicate teas. You can also select if you want the tea to be strong, medium, mild or custom. A digital display gives you a readout of what the brewer is doing and it has a keep-warm button that helps your water stay hot for up to 60 minutes.

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In addition to that, the Breville comes with a basket for your loose-leaf tea that automatically lowers when you select your options, as well as a teaspoon measuring spoon. As a tea lover, I really liked these functions, but it's a luxury appliance that's only worth it if you're a regular drinker of loose-leaf tea and have the coin budgeted for such an expensive kettle.

Read our Breville One-Touch Tea Maker review.

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Megan Wollerton/CNET

The $100 Oxo is another standout from our previous kettle testing and because of its gooseneck spout, is a particularly appealing kettle for pour-over or other manual coffee-making setups that require a steady, controlled pour.

We also like that the Oxo electric gooseneck kettle has a temperature hold function, making it possible to keep your water at 200 degrees Fahrenheit. When the temperature begins to drop, the kettle turns itself back on, reheating your water.

It has a smaller 34-ounce capacity, perfect for just over 4 cups of water. This gooseneck kettle shuts off automatically after 30 minutes.

Kettle talk

Here's a list of the eight models we tested in this latest round to find the best electric kettle:

  • Ovente Illuminated
  • Smarter iKettle
  • Ovente Victoria Series
  • Oxo Brew
  • Zwilling Enfinigy
  • Cuisinart PerfectTemp
  • Beautiful by Drew Barrymore
  • Smeg

And here's a more detailed overview of each model's key specs for comparison:

Electric kettle specs


Breville Tea Maker B by Drew Barrymore Cuisinart PerfectTemp Smarter iKettle Ovente Illuminated Ovente Victoria Series Oxo Cordless Oxo Gooseneck Smeg Zwilling Enfinigy
Model # BTM800XL N/A CPK-17P1 SMKET01 KG516B KS777S 8710300 8717100 KLF03CRUS 53101-200
Price $300 $40 $86 $99 $32 $45 $84 $105 $170 $80
Color Stainless steel Black, gray, green, white. Stainless steel Stainless steel Black, red, white Stainless, white, black Stainless Stainless steel Multiple Black, silver
Capacity (ounces) 51 57 57 61 52 57 58 34 56 50
Dimensions (HxWxD, in inches) 9.8x7.8x8.5 9.21x6.39x10.51 8.8x6.1x9.7 6.1x8.3x10.8 7.1x5x8.2 10x7x10.1 9.02x6.26x11.22 8.1x11.4x9 6.73x8.9x9.76 10.3x8.7x12.9
Weight (in pounds) 5.1 3.4 2.25 3.45 2.51 3.49 2.84 2.5 3.63 2.87
Cool-touch exterior no yes no no no no no no no yes

The $80 Zwilling Enfinigy was my favorite right out of the box purely from an aesthetic perspective, so I was delighted when this kettle also performed at a high level in testing. To me, it felt the most solidly built and I dug the simple one-button minimalist design. It's also not overly bulky, weighs just over 2 pounds and has a cool-touch exterior for finger safety.

The pricey $300 Breville (from our first round of testing) is a tea drinker's dream with its custom heat options for the perfect cup of green, black, herbal, oolong or another variety. The B kettle by Drew Barrymore and the Cuisinart PerfectTemp also have these features, so either might be a good choice if you're particular about different tea-brewing temperatures. The Breville, however, is the only one of the models with a dedicated basket for brewing loose-leaf tea, making it the most specialized tea kettle of the bunch.

While the$40 electric kettle from B (Drew Barrymore's line) wasn't the least expensive model on our list, it was by far my favorite of the not-so-expensive kettles. It has a large capacity, a fast boil time (more data on that below), a cool-touch exterior and a sleek digital interface with those aforementioned specialized settings for tea.

TheSmarter iKettle also performed well in testing and I loved the sturdy, stainless steel build. It is the only app-controlled kettle in the group, which proved both a blessing and a curse. While the iKettle boiled water quickly and completely when controlled through the app, when I tried to manually boil water using the button on the side of the kettle, it shut off before it came to a full boil. If you're app-addicted, it is convenient to be able to see how much water is in your kettle and also start it boiling remotely from your device. I certainly wouldn't advise against buying this tech-forward electric kettle. I liked it quite a bit, in fact.

The priceySmeg Electric Kettle was another high-octane kettle with a solid build and a ton of retro charm to boot. My main beef with this kettle is that it got extremely hot to the touch and also how expensive it is ($190), considering there are no special features other than simply boiling water. If you like the look, you won't be disappointed but it's not a lot of bang for the buck.

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The Cuisinart PerfectTemp also did well in testing but its performance is not commensurate with the $100 price tag. If you're looking to snag one from that brand, I'd recommend this slightly basic model for $70, which has fewer presets but a more reasonable price. As Megan Wollerton reported in her initial round of testing for CNET, the PerfectTemp has received customer feedback andAmazon reviewsstating that its auto shut-off feature is defective and poses a potential fire hazard. Cuisinart did not respond to a request for comment.

Both of the Ovente electric kettles I tested -- the $25 Illumination and the $48 Victoria Series -- are affordable options that boiled water quickly and were easy to use. That said, neither one stood out in testing and they felt a bit cheaply made. Also, both had lids that were unnecessarily detached from the kettle which means you could misplace them. Knowing myself, I probably would.

Only three of the models offered keep-warm or hold-temperature functions, so I did extra testing with these models. The B by Drew Barrymore kept the most consistent temperature over 10 minutes (209 degrees F) although the iKettle (205 F) and Cuisinart (195 F) kettles did respectably well in that test also.

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How we test electric kettles

To test our batch of eight electric kettles, I used a RisePro thermocouple thermometer. The thermocouple measured two things: how quickly each kettle boiled 3 cups of water -- and how well each model with a hold-temperature function held the water temperature over a 10-minute period.

For the boil test, I watched three separate thermocouple displays until the three sensors tracking the temperature inside each kettle reached 212 degrees Fahrenheit. I started each test with water at room temperature -- around 75 degrees F -- and I ran this test three times for each kettle. I also confirmed visually each time that the water was, in fact, at a roaring boil inside the kettle.

For the hold temperature test, I used the thermocouple thermometer to measure the minimum, maximum and average temperatures held during the 10-minute period. The table below displays both the average time it took each kettle to reach 212 degrees and the minimum, maximum and average temperatures for each kettle with a hold temperature function held over 10 minutes.

Keep in mind that the thermocouple readings aren't exact and that there will be slight variation based on placement during testing. That said, I did my best to place the thermocouples midway down in the water, in the center of each kettle.

Test results


B by Drew Barrymore Cuisinart PerfectTemp Smarter iKettle Ovente Illuminated Ovente Victoria Series Oxo Cordless Smeg Zwilling Enfinigy
Average time to boil 3 cups (minutes, seconds) 2:32 3:10 2:37 2:40 2:45 2:26 2:40 2:40
Min., max. and avg. hold temp. over 10 minutes, in degrees F 207, 211, 209 181, 210, 195 199, 209, 205 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

All the kettles I tested for boiling speed were remarkably close when the three runs were averaged, with most clocking in between 2 minutes and 30 seconds and 3 minutes. Officially, the quickest to 212 degrees was the OXO Brew at 2:26 but all the top finishers were within 20 seconds of each other give or take. Because of this photo finish, the ranking for this list really came down to ancillary attributes including special brew setting, build quality and cool-touch feature, as examples.

Brand name and reputation also comes into play since you can't always account for a newer brand's durability. The Beautiful by Drew Barrymore kettle, for instance, performed particularly well and seems well-built but because this line is barely a few months old, we don't have much data, anecdotal or otherwise, on how long Drew's appliances will last. Zwilling, on the other hand, is a brand I've been using for years and its kitchenware mostly holds up over time. That's certainly worth something, right?

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Regardless of the specific model you buy, start by thinking about how and how often you plan to use your kettle. Are you a pour-over coffee fiend? If so, the Oxo model is the best pick. Just need something sleek and simple with a decent capacity? I love the Zwilling model but the B by Drew Barrymore may also satisfy your kettle needs and for half the price.

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FAQs

The Best Electric Kettle of 2022? ›

  • Our pick. Cuisinart CPK-17 PerfecTemp Cordless Electric Kettle. The best all-purpose electric kettle. ...
  • Also great. Breville IQ Kettle. Sleeker but pricier. ...
  • Also great. Cuisinart GK-1 Digital Gooseneck Kettle. The best gooseneck kettle. ...
  • Budget pick. Hamilton Beach 40880 Stainless Steel 1.7 Liter Kettle. An inexpensive water boiler.
Jun 24, 2022

Which electric kettle is healthiest? ›

Best Non-Toxic Kettles To Buy For Your Kitchen
  • ASCOT Glass Electric.
  • ASCOT Stainless Electric.
  • Cosori Stainless Electric Kettle.
  • Quicken Takei Fuefuki Tea Kettle.
  • Fino Tea Kettle.
  • Alessi Tea Kettle.
  • Staub Tea Kettle.
  • Willow and Everett.
Aug 24, 2022

Which water heating kettle is best? ›

Best Overall - Havells Aqua Plus 1.2 litres Double Wall Kettle. With an Auto shut-off function and a cool-touch outer body consisting of no scalding hazard, the Havells aqua plus is the best overall electric kettle on this list. This electric kettle comes with a wide mouth for easy pouring, filling, and cleaning.

What kettle boils water the fastest? ›

Oxo Brew Cordless Glass Kettle

The Oxo Brew was actually the fastest and most consistent of any in the boil test, reaching 212 degrees F in under 2 minutes and 30 seconds in all three tests I ran.

Are expensive kettles worth it? ›

A lot of hot air! Expensive kettles are no better than budget models, warn consumer experts. Expensive kettles costing as much as £80 are little better than versions selling for a quarter of the price, consumer experts have warned.

What is the average life of an electric kettle? ›

Note: The average lifespan of a good quality electric kettle is 4 years to 5 years maximum. 2. Change in the taste of water: If the boiled water has a metallic taste or the colour of the water is changing, it is a sign that you need to replace your old electric kettle.

What is the safest kettle to use? ›

Stainless steel is one of the most popular tea kettle materials because of its resistance to oxidization and corrosion. It's relatively lightweight, safe and easy to keep clean. It is also affordable and will last you a long time. Just make sure you're buying food-grade stainless steel.

What material is best for a kettle? ›

Stainless steel is a common material used for kettles, especially if you're looking for an affordable option. You'll find both stovetop and electric kettles made from stainless steel, some of which might be plain and others might be painted in various colors. Stainless steel is very durable and safe too.

What is the safest material for a tea kettle? ›

Glass is the purest, safest material for both tea kettles and teapots. In our research, glass is the safest of all the materials. One type of glass known for its long safety record and quality is borosilicate glass. Borosilicate glass does not release any metals or toxins, and it does not contain a glaze.

What should I look for when buying an electric kettle? ›

Buying Guide to Electric Kettles
  • Capacity. The most important component of buying an electric kettle is its capacity. ...
  • Heating performance. The wattage of electric kettles differs from model to model. ...
  • Build quality and construction. ...
  • Indicators for water level and temperature. ...
  • Cordless designs.

How do I choose a water kettle? ›

Factors to Consider When Buying an Electric Kettle
  1. Speed. For most people that love electric kettles, the main thing they cite in their praise is the speed they offer. ...
  2. Temperature Options. ...
  3. Cost. ...
  4. Size. ...
  5. Appearance. ...
  6. Ease of Use. ...
  7. Exterior Heat. ...
  8. Noise.
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Is it OK to reboil water in a kettle? ›

As it turns out, it is fine to reboil your kettle. As long as you are using good quality, clean-tasting water in your kettle (and why wouldn't you?), it can be reheated and will not affect the taste or quality of your coffee. Or your tea.

Who makes the fastest boiling kettle? ›

It's no wonder why Tiger Corp made a stir in 2013 when it released what was claimed to be the fastest household kettle in the world, the Tiger Electric Kettle Wakuko. This steamless electric kettle apparently took 45 seconds to boil a cup of water (140mL), although it came at a pretty steep cost of $180.

How much should I spend on an electric kettle? ›

For kettles our experts recommend: Lowest price: $40. Highest price: $299. Median price: $99.

What is the best kettle 2020? ›

The best kettles you can buy today
  1. Bosch Sky Kettle. The best kettle overall. ...
  2. KitchenAid Variable Temperature Kettle. ...
  3. Tefal Smart n Light Kettle. ...
  4. Kenwood Mesmerine ZJM811 Jug Kettle. ...
  5. Breville Curve Kettle. ...
  6. DeLonghi Brilliante Kettle. ...
  7. Smeg Variable Temperature Kettle. ...
  8. Russell Hobbs Emma Bridgewater Polka Dot Kettle.
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Is electric kettle good for health? ›

Warm or hot water can stimulate digestion, improve blood circulation, help weight loss by making you feel more full, and kick your metabolism into overdrive. Therefore, not only does boiling your water help prevent disease, it can actually make you healthier! Electric Kettles Help Save on Your Electricity Bill!

How many times should you boil a new kettle before using it? ›

When using the kettle for the first time, it is recommended that you clean your kettle before use by boiling a full kettle of water twice and then discarding the water. NOTE: 1. Use only cold water when filling the device.

How often should you change water in kettle? ›

If you are using it daily to heat water, the kettle should be descaled to remove hard water minerals at least four times a year. If the kettle has a water filter or cartridge, it should be cleaned every other month or as recommended by the manufacturer.

How can I make my electric kettle last longer? ›

Let the kettle loose temperature. Fill half of the appliance with Luke warm water and then add a quarter glass of vinegar to it and let this solution stay inside for around twenty minutes. Remove this mixture from the kettle and then clean it up. The sourcing pad seems to be the chief tool for this task.

Is it better to boil water in glass or stainless steel? ›

Stainless steel kettles are tough to beat when it comes to durability, affordability, and all-around functionality. They also come in a wide range of designs, colours, and sizes to suit all households. However, glass remains the safest material for heating water since it keeps the water pure and does not leech.

Is it safe to boil water in plastic electric kettle? ›

Have you been using a plastic kettle to boil water? If so, you need to stop. Plastic kettles leach chemicals that can be harmful to your health. These chemicals are some of the same ones found in plastic products that are not safe for humans and animals.

Which is better glass or stainless steel electric kettle? ›

A Stainless Steel electric kettle is the best option. It is durable. The glass electric kettle is elegant and stylish. The plastic electric kettles are commonly used but they are not healthy.

How do I choose a tea kettle? ›

Opt for an electric tea kettle with water filters if you want hard water deposits to be removed from your water. Make sure the tea kettle has a convenient handle for safety. Look for a model with a heat-resistant material such as silicone, plastic, or wood handles and knobs to keep your hands from burning.

Why is it not good to reboil water? ›

The Main Risk of Reboiled Water

Reboiling water drives out dissolved gases in the water, making it “flat.” Superheating may occur, making the water hotter than its normal boiling point and causing it to explosively boil when disturbed. For this reason, it's a bad idea to reboil water in a microwave.

Which is the best jug kettle? ›

The best kettles in 2022
  1. Bosch Sky Kettle. ...
  2. Swan 1.7L Nordic Style Cordless Kettle. ...
  3. Russell Hobbs Inspire Kettle. ...
  4. Cuisinart Style Collection Multi-Temp Jug Kettle. ...
  5. Smarter iKETTLE. ...
  6. Cookworks Illuminating Kettle. ...
  7. Dualit 1 Litre Jug Kettle. ...
  8. Dualit Classic Kettle.

What size tea kettle do I need? ›

A 5-ounce cup is considered a standard-size serving for tea or coffee. A 2-quart kettle can make about 13 cups of tea, whereas a 3-quart kettle can make nearly 20 cups. A smaller tea kettle is a convenient choice for those who make only a cup of tea or two at a time.

What should I look for when buying a kettle? ›

The kettle should feel balanced and lightweight, even when full. You should have enough finger room to avoid contact with the potentially hot surface of the kettle's body. Look for a handle that's thick enough to give a solid grip, but not so thick you can't hold it securely.

Which kettle is not made in China? ›

DIFFERENT KINDS OF KETTLES
Product
Epica Double Wall Electric Kettle No Plastic Stainless Steel Interior 1.7 LiterBuy on Amazon
Staub 1650023 Cast Iron Round Tea Kettle, 1-quart, Black MatteBuy on Amazon
Alessi MG32AZ/USA Michael Graves Electric Kettle, BlueBuy on Amazon
Mulex Samowar 2 Liter white by MulexBuy on Amazon
9 more rows

What are the quietest kettles? ›

Our Top Picks For The Quietest Electric Kettles
  1. Fellow Stagg EKG. The Fellow Stagg Electric Gooseneck Kettle is our first choice with a quiet boil and silent beeps. ...
  2. Secura SWK-1701DB Stainless Steel Double Wall Electric Kettle. ...
  3. Kenwood Persona SJM610 Electric Kettle. ...
  4. KitchenAid KEK1222SX 1.25-Liter Electric Kettle.

What is the best material for a kettle? ›

Stainless steel is a common material used for kettles, especially if you're looking for an affordable option. You'll find both stovetop and electric kettles made from stainless steel, some of which might be plain and others might be painted in various colors. Stainless steel is very durable and safe too.

What is the best wattage for a kettle? ›

The more powerful water kettle is, the quicker will do the job. All kettles mostly use 1500 watts; however there are some that use more or less. When considering which wattage to choose from, keep in mind that the more wattage a kettle uses the louder it will be.

How long should you keep a kettle? ›

The research found kettles tend to come up short with durability, needing upgrading after five years and four months.

What size kettle do I need? ›

As for kettle size we recommend choosing a kettle that is ideally 50% larger than your batch size, but a bare minimum of at least 30% larger. So if you are making 5 gallon batches we recommend you choose around a 7.5 gallon kettle.

Which kettle is made in Germany? ›

The Kettle: not just a delight for tea-lovers. Whether it be 70 degrees for green tea, a clearly visible water-level display or simple filling – with the kettle, which has been on the market since 2012, ritterwerk has remained true to its principles.

What is the healthiest type of tea kettle? ›

Glass is the purest, safest material for both tea kettles and teapots. In our research, glass is the safest of all the materials. One type of glass known for its long safety record and quality is borosilicate glass. Borosilicate glass does not release any metals or toxins, and it does not contain a glaze.

Is plastic kettle harmful? ›

Have you been using a plastic kettle to boil water? If so, you need to stop. Plastic kettles leach chemicals that can be harmful to your health. These chemicals are some of the same ones found in plastic products that are not safe for humans and animals.

Why is my electric kettle so noisy? ›

Electric kettles get noisy because heat is transported into the water. Within the kettle, an electric element receives a strong current, causing it to heat up.

Why does a boiling kettle make noise? ›

With us so far? "The water boils from the bottom up and the smaller, hotter bubbles containing steam at the bottom of the pot are compressed by the colder water on top, causing them to quickly burst at the bottom of the pot and produce the noise that is heard," Hess continued.

Are Smeg kettles noisy? ›

It's also notably noisy. Fashionably flawed: The Smeg 50s Style kettle. On the plus side, it packs handy features such as an audio boil finish reminder, a soft-opening lid and a 'keep warm' function.

Is it better to boil water in glass or stainless steel? ›

Stainless steel kettles are tough to beat when it comes to durability, affordability, and all-around functionality. They also come in a wide range of designs, colours, and sizes to suit all households. However, glass remains the safest material for heating water since it keeps the water pure and does not leech.

What is the healthiest way to boil water? ›

Bring the clear water to a rolling boil for 1 minute (at elevations above 6,500 feet, boil for 3 minutes). Let the boiled water cool. Store the boiled water in clean sanitized containers with tight covers.

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