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RV KITCHEN – HOW I EAT IN MY RV. In this video, I’m showing you how to eat in an rv and taking you on a kitchen tour! If you’re curious about rv living then you’ll want to learn what Cooking in an Rv and eating in an rv is like! Traveling in a 2018 Winnebago Era 170M Class B Mercedes Sprinter Van right now and sharing my RV tutorials along the way.




Hey, I’m Blogging Brandi! An Ex-Corporate Kool-Aid Drinker, Born To Be Creator, Digital Nomad and RVing Entrepreneur! Over 8 years ago, I traded my sticks & bricks lifestyle for a life on wheels. Quit my job, sold my house, and everything else, then bought an RV! First, was a Travel Trailer, then Van Life then Motorhome Living. Now, I help people go from feeling overworked, underpaid, and undervalued to living a life of freedom & financial security they love from the comfort of their home on wheels aka Full Time RV Living! That’s how RVersity was born! – RVersity is A University For RVers. (RVersity = RV + University)!

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Here is the video transcript:

Hey, I’m bloggin brandi and this is RVersity a university for RVers and in this series I’m teaching you all about how I shower, eat, sleep, and essentially [beep] in my rv. In this video I’m gonna show you how I actually eat in my RV and one thing about my RV is there are some things that kind of get changed around. This is my dining area and my bedroom. If you haven’t seen where I’ve shown you how this bed comes down, you can check that out in the link below this video, so make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any of these episodes, but without further ado, this is my couch and really it’s kind of simple. I have this pole which it goes in a closet in the back, but it’s just really not good storage. A lot of times if I’m traveling I just have to put this pole either like to the side or a lay it on here and then I’ll also have. The other part is this table, so if I want to eat, I put this pole down in here, then I’ll just pop this top on. This is what I do. If I want to eat and I can eat here, I can watch tv, I have a TV up here so I can watch that and I can shut the door and look out or if I want the other good thing. This is a Winnebago ERA 170m, so this is about winnebago era 70m. You can put this in so you can actually like have a screen. So there’s a lot of really cool features and then I’ve kind of shown you a little bit of a tour of my kitchen. My RV is kind of like broken right now, but it’s always broken. So this is my fridge when it’s working. it works, It’s just I don’t have power right now so I can’t really plug it up. I can use solar but it drains my solar. This is my fridge, my freezer. If I want to put some stuff in the freezers thinking of which I need to dump this out. This nice water I’ll dump that out. And then I have my sink so I usually keep my dirty dishes in here (in the sink) and I can wash things in here. And then you asked me anything about my kitchen. I’ll try to get collapsible containers so that they’ll fit in my rv. but, I can put those in here and wash my dishes and then also have tons of cabinets. I want to put stuff in my cabinets. This is kind of. I’m still trying to organize this, but cups and plates, stuff like that. And then I have my stove. So this runs off propane. If I want to cook I can cook and then I have my light so I can cook on here. And with gas (lp). I don’t know how ants got in here, so I have ants in my rv. These are my drawers, utensils, other stuff, storage containers, napkins, things like that. I mean, I do have cooking tools so I can cook, but again, all the stuff that I buy in here, I try to buy things that collapse. So Joseph and Joseph. I love the brand Joseph and Joseph, which is pretty much all of this stuff because it’s multifunctional. I did a tour of my rv to show you some more of this, but see like I use collapsible containers so these whoops will expand but they expand out and that is pretty much it. Dog bowls and some other stuff. So this is my kitchen where I hang out and you know I have my lovely mat. But other than that, oh then my microwave. My microwave, I have to run this off of the generator. So actually I actually have to have either a generator or Electricity. If you didn’t know my transfer switch is burnt up. This is my microwave. The really cool thing about my microwave if you can see this little device up here. It looks a little weird because I can cook in here like bake, I can grill, I can toast. This is a convection oven so it does a little bit more. I don’t have an oven so I have to have something else. I can only cook with pans on my gas top and then in here I can grill and then I have a little hookup in the back that I can hook up and grill with to if I want to hook up like a gas grill. So now you know how I eat in my Winnebago RV. And, like I mentioned, this is a 170M model, they make a 170C model with a similar setup, about the same, the beds, a little different. A couple of other things. If you haven’t seen my tours, make sure to check the description below this video so you can see everything and if you haven’t watched the rest of the series, you might want to subscribe, so hit that little red button somewhere down there and make sure to hit the bell icon so that you’ll be notified each and every time I’ve publish. This series is about how I eat, sleep, shower, and essentially [beep] in my rv because well, you asked me. I’m bloggin Brandi, this is RVersity, a university for RVers. Thanks for watching. I’ll see you in the next video.

If we haven’t officially met, Hi I’m Blogging Brandi, an EX-Corporate Kool-Aid Drinker, born to be a Blogger, Creator, Digital Nomad, and Entrepreneur who loves RVing while running my own business on the road! Over 9 years ago, I traded my sticks & bricks lifestyle for a life on wheels. Quit my job, sold my house, and everything else, and then bought an RV! First, was a Travel Trailer, then Van Life, and eventually Motorhome Living! I created RVersity (RV + University) out of my love-hate relationship with RV Life!

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