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Message Subject Thinking About Survival Kits...
Poster Handle Enigma
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i was going to post a thread on this, but at least this is getting me to get my thoughts in order, somewhat

i have been thinking about a way to cook healthy foods on the go, with little fuel, fairly convenient, and cheap

so i have been experimenting with this unique little stove i have, many others that are probably nicer and use more fuels, but this is mine:

[link to www.jetboil.com]

it is like cooking with a volcano, i have been very pleased

now, for a fresh water source, i have been using a MSR water filter:

[link to www.vtarmynavy.com]

again, i am sure their are better, but this is what i have

ok, the last item, this is the somewhat novel idea:

a stanley thermos, basically:

[link to www.stanley-pmi.com]

if you google thermos cooking, there are tons of ideas out there, so i am obviously no genius, but i thought this would be a great way to get hot nutrition on the go, yes there is weight, but if anyone can improve on this idea, i am all ears

[link to www.associatedcontent.com]
 Quoting: malu



this has been my strategy latey for my PERSONAL BOB and Plan Z. I recently bought two SS thermos for this.

One with a wide mouth for food and one for coffee/tea/hotwater.

My expectations is I may ONLY get one chance per day/24 hour period to heat water for food ( mountain house or rice ) and I have the thermos for keeping made food hot and some hot water for more food or coffee.

I have a small multifuel stove, pot to heat water, small grate for campfire heating, and the thermos bottles.

I think I paid 29 to 35 at Target. Stainless Steel and unbreakeable...

You can also cook rice, by pouring boiling water in on rice and sealing it . Wait a few hours and you have rice.

same for soup or other foods.

Enigma
 
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