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BNIBTHE MAGIC COOK BAG FROM CHEEKY CHICKS CREATIONSALLOWS YOU TO SAVE ON GAS, ELECTRICITY AND TIME WHILST BENEFITING THE ENVIRONMENT A PORTABLE SLOW COOKER THAT IS QUICK AND EASY TO USE1. This is a great stove you can use to cook your dinner, dry your gear, heat your shelter, or just warm your hands and feet on a cold winter’s night.
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Estimated delivery dates - opens in a new window or tab include seller's handling time, origin postcode, destination postcode and time of acceptance and will depend on postage service selected and receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. This is a great stove you can use to cook your dinner, dry your gear, heat your shelter, or just warm your hands and feet on a cold winter's night. Grate folds to provide flat heating surface on top of stove and can be folded out for drying gloves, socks, and small items. Enter this universal cook set which has everything you need to get a good meal together in the great outdoors. Some continuously upgrade to the latest lightweight gear, while others remain solely focused on eliminating all but the necessities. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
Whether you're planning to go crowd surfing in the evening, or watch the sunset on a hammock, this cook set will ensure you can do it on a full stomach. When you’re not cooking, you can rotate the cook top outward to dry wet socks and gloves. Not having a stove also means you won’t have to deal with the frustration of refilling stove fuel. In areas where open fires are not permitted this portable stove could be a handy item to have. A great gift idea for your favorite camper, fisherman (great for ice-fishing), hunter, or lover of wood-burning stoves. Second, traveling to and from town to the trail can be a real hassle, as well as the store being open and stocked with the fuel that you need.
Plus, empty fuel canisters can be difficult to dispose of, and carrying empty cans or fuel bottles is dead weight.Refilling StoveIf pack weight or simplicity are not enough reasons to convince you to try backpacking without a stove, you might think that nothing beats retiring the day like a warm meal, plus a stove can always be used to boil water for water purification.
You might be hiking in a fire restricted area or in an arid climate with almost nothing to burn in sight.

No one wants to tinker with a stove or wood fire during a bad rainstorm when every stick and leaf is damp to the core. If all you have are meals that require boiling water, your experience is not going to be a good one.Going stoveless also means meal preparation just became simpler. Preparing an actual meal doesn’t get any simpler than adding cold water to the ingredients and waiting a few minutes for the water to reconstitute the food.Cold Backpacking Food versus Hot Backpacking FoodSince we humans discovered fire, we’ve experimented with how heat transformed food, made it edible, improved its appeal, and heightened its texture. Not long after, the person charged with making the food was elevated in status, earning the “chef” role.However, you don’t have to be a “chef” or even a “cook” in order to eat good food on the trail. One must only need to add water to the prepared ingredients by simply knowing: how much water to addthe temperature of the waterThe temperature of the water is an important one because it can mean a satisfied stomach or an aching one. If cold water is used when boiling water is needed, the meal will not only taste bad, but the ingredients will not be properly reconstituted.
This can lead to bloating and aching.Now that you’ve opted to backpack without a stove, you may wonder what options you have.No-Cook Backpacking FoodsWhat does your backpacking meal plan look like when you opt to eat cold meals?
Whether the food is naturally dry, such as nuts or seeds, or purposefully dried for a longer shelf-life, it requires water from your body to digest it. Most backpackers aren’t drinking enough water, so a good solution is to eat your water with cold-water meals!Eating dried food is nutritionally less superior than eating fresh foods, in most cases.
For instance, vitamin C is depleted from 30 to 80% when exposed to heat during drying or cooking. When that pepper is freeze-dried (0.1 oz after water is removed) the Vitamin C content drops to 60 mg. During the spring, fresh berries can be found and picked on many of the trails.Greens are more difficult to take on the trail because they are more perishable. For this reason, most long distance backpackers eat almost no fresh vegetables and salad greens.
However, it is important for maintaining optimal health because greens are loaded in nutrients. This is another nutrient hikers are not getting enough of because it is depleted during the drying process. Chia seeds are flavorless, so try dried fruit, coconut flakes, or cocoa for flavor.Pre-cooked and dehydrated beans can be ground into a flour for use as “instant” dips and sandwich fillings. Chickpea hummus is commonly prepared this way.Some instant grain foods can reconstitute in cold water. Fine grind couscous and instant 5-minute rice rehydrates in cold water within 15 minutes.Breakfast cereals, such as muesli or rolled-oats and granola don’t have to be limited to morning. They can also make a fine lunch or dinner.Simplification in meal prep, weight savings, and access to tasty and nutritious cold meals are all good reasons why cold meals have become a popular choice for backpackers. Many backpackers can’t imagine being without a warm meal on a cold day, or to start the day without a hot cup of coffee.

I enjoy my 1 – 2 cups of hot coffee in the morning, and a cold cup absolutely won’t do the trick. Hot foods tend to include heavier ingredients such as complex carbohydrate grains, which take longer to digest, thus making us feel full for a longer period of time. However pre-cooking and drying these grains beforehand can allow you to reconstitute them in cold water.If you don’t mind cold coffee, any instant or freeze-dried coffee will dissolve in cold water after a good stir. A short weekend trip or section hike during the warm months might be ideal to test your stoveless backpacking experience.
Fruit with added sugar takes longer to reconstitute.If rehydrating several different kinds of foods together, make sure that sizes are uniform so that they will rehydrate at the same rateSalt increases rehydration time. Boiling water is beneficial because it kills potentially harmful microorganisms that are present in the water as well as the food. An avid backpacker and cyclist, Kim enjoys hiking several days through remote wilderness areas and dining on gourmet cuisine at her campsite.
Kim has put her mastery to work in order to combine whole grains, vegetables, spices, and herbs to impart tasty, distinct flavors with influences from around the globe. With leaving the Pots, Pans, Fuel, Fuel Canister, Funnel, Matches and Stove at home you do save a couple of pounds. And if you prepare your meals right you can eat with your fingers leaving spoons and sporks and what have you at home too again saving a couple of ounces. You have to be careful like a prior Phil Werner question about explosive reactions to foods last week. So since that time as most of my hiking was above 8,000 feet and even in the dead heat of summer a Hot meal was what I wanted before bed and in the Morning. Cold chow just did not work, not even in the Marine Corps, want a bunch of unhappy troops out in the field,,give them cold cereal or cold C-Rats or today MRE’s ( that why they developed heaters) Even the native Americans of Upper New York State and of the Mojave Desert of California understood the need for warm food. I do pick up Salad ingredients from wild plants along the way and make a Olive oil and Apple Cider Vinegar Salad sometimes but the main meal needs to be hot unless it is 70 and above, no rain, no snow, and no evening chill. You can even dehydrate hamburger to make a veggie and hamburger stew preparing the meal at home.
Reply John March 17, 2014 at 8:59 pm # I have let go do the idea of a hot breakfast over the years after getting tired of waking in the cool dawn and sitting around waiting for the hot meal while shivering.

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