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    Foldable Camp Dishes - Fozzils

    Picked up some of these the other day, pretty neat design.

    www.fozzils.com

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    They are a really cool product. We just brought some into the shop where I work. It's pretty neat the way they lay so flat.

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    Very Cool....

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    Yes, I bought the three pack and have been using them, everyday. Cool design / idea and they just make sense. I do break them down each and every time, to see if / when the creases start to show wear or breakage....but one full month of grape nut use at breakfast and so far, so good...

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    I camped a couple days on my antelope hunt. I have a homemade trail/nut mix in a sandwich bag, I would eat that during the day, save the bag, the next day morning the bag inside the cup to make instant oatmeal. Advantage = no dish washing. I don't like to burn my tongue and the oatmeal was about ready to eat the same time the coffee was drinkable, just about the time I got the tent and bags put up.

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    Those are very kewl. I will have to take a closer look at them.

 

 

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