Month: May 2017

Solar Cooking

Have you ever considered using a solar oven to make a meal?  Solar cooking is incredibly easy, and its a fantastic fuel free alternative to a propane stove or fire.  A meal cooked with a solar oven is often a one pot dish that is slow cooked in a reflective device that captures the heat of the sun. How does solar cooking work? The basic science behind a solar oven is a device which traps light rays and transfers that light into energy, or heat.  Similarly to a conventional oven, the heat is stored inside a box or reflective surface, which is used...

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Backcountry Cold Brew Coffee

Have you ever complained about not getting good coffee in the backcountry?  You’re not alone, bad adventure coffee is a common problem, which is exactly why we discovered the ultimate solution: Backcountry Cold Brew Coffee! Mornings on the trail can be hectic.  You’re anxious to get an early start to your day, and the last thing you want to do is set up a stove, boil water, make coffee, clean everything up, and finally pack everything away.  What if there was a better, quicker alternative to getting your caffeine fix in the morning.  In comes Cold Brew Coffee!  Instead of...

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Sea to Summit X-Series

Backcountry cookware can be cumbersome and difficult to pack, fortunately Sea to Summit came up with a smart solution: the X-Series!  Their line of collapsable pots, pans, kettles, plates, and cups are easy to store and easy to clean.  With a variety of sizes you’re sure to find at least one piece in this collection that fits your backcountry cooking and dining needs. Sea to Summit Camp Kitchen The collapsible X-Series is light weight, compact and durable.  The pieces are made with a BPA Free, food grade silicone, including an extended line of cookware with hard anodised aluminium bases allowing campstove cooking.  Measurements...

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