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    Were using the new smaller jetboil to boil water and use mountain house packages to cook everything in for the trip... Also carry a spork and a collapsable cup for the cocoa...
    "This is A Way of Life"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graylight View Post
    Were using the new smaller jetboil to boil water and use mountain house packages to cook everything in for the trip... Also carry a spork and a collapsable cup for the cocoa...
    Gray light what collapsible cup do you have and would you recommend it now?

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    I cook my mountain house meal in the bag and eat the whole thing. I also have the Jetboil sol TI. For cookware in the mornings is put oatmeal in a heavy duty ziplock bag and add boiling water to that. Cookware is one more thing to have to carry and clean. I do have a titanium sea to summit long spoon for mountain house meals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatlander51 View Post
    X2 on the long spoon learned that one the hard way.
    I spent a week without any utensils last year-lost my spoon between Montana and Arizona hunts.....You CAN drink Mountain house out of the bag if you have to. Its not my preference though.

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    x3 for Snowpeak titanium, pot giga power stove. great very lightwt, but pricey--

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    Quote Originally Posted by breakinstuffzfun View Post
    x3 for Snowpeak titanium, pot giga power stove. great very lightwt, but pricey--
    I have had the giga power stove for over a decade, the push start finally died last fall. I can't imagine anything better. I still have the mini plastic box to put my stove in. My brother says the new ones don't come with this box??

    I bought the tall 28oz(?) titanium pot kit last year. I know it fits perfect with the stove and one can. I put 2 fuel cans in the pot and my stove snugs into the top of the mesh bag on top of the lid.

    Last weekend my brother and I cooked up some elk steak with our stoves side by side under a skillet. Just because you are in a campground doesn't mean you can't go lightweight.

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    brunton makes a decent backpacking cookware set up. just a couple of ounces in weight difference between the aluminum and the ti. I can't justify the cost difference over the weight.

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    this is what i use and i love it!

    https://www.google.com/shopping/prod...ed=0CFMQ8wIwAA

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    I eat the whole mountain house 2 serving and usually add a single serve instant mashed potatoes to it. If I end up staying out longer then I planned I will split up the mountain house and add the mashed potatoes to it. I take a few extra mashed potatoes with me just in case since they are small and light. I have a Burnton stove and a cheap little coleman aluminium pot that I boil water in. I never use the stove for anything other then boiling water.

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    I use a long spork and a cozy for my mountain house.My cup is a snowpeak double wall titanium.
    That's all there is to it.I boil water with a jetboil sol ti.

 

 

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