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Pot boiler

For a type of artistic work, see potboiler.

A pot boiler is an externally-heated simple enclosure in which water is heated to produce steam. They can also use a heated stone when used in cooking. When the stone gets hot enough, it gets put in the pot to boil the contents. Usually, they are found in archeological sites, near fire or in inner walls where they were reused as building material.

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