Camping Cookware, Carry Less but Make A Lot

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Camping Cookware, Carry Less but Make A Lot


 

The trip you have been waiting for is near, right? Going camping and cooking with friends or family is truly a great time, but carrying a lot of stuff can be quite annoying. We have therefore concluded to you that you can carry only 11 of camping cookware, so you can cook everything you want.

1. Stove and Fuel

 There are 2 types, gas stove, and wood stove. Gas stoves often come with gas bottles when purchasing. If not included, it can be purchased separately. The wood stoves require firewood or portable fuel. Both are good, depending on your preference and convenience. Don't forget to choose the stove to match the size of the pan or pot.

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2. Pots and Pans

We recommend pots and pans with foldable handles or ones that can be folded together as a set for easy portability.

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3. Spatulas and Ladles

Just choose spatula and ladle that are suitable for the size of the pan, pot and suitable for the food you will cook.

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4. Plates and Bowls

They should be light and easy to carry. You can use paper plates as well.

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5. Forks and Spoons

We can use multipurpose cutlery, like spoon-fork or those which are foldable.

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6. Knives

Choose small high-quality knives that can be used with a variety of ingredients.

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7. Cutting Board

Just carry a small thin one.

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8. Cups

You should pick cups that have a folding handle so that it won't clutter.

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9. Portable Grill

For easy carrying, we highly recommend the foldable design.

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10. Foil

Foil can be used instead of a pan or pot. Some foods are just mixed ingredients in a foil and placed on a grill, so you can get the easy way to eat and don't have to wash the dishes after eating.

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Cool examples of using foil to cook

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11. Skewers

If you intend to make a barbecue, hot dog, grilled marshmallow or anything else that should be grilled, don't forget to bring a skewer. Skewers will make cooking faster and easier. But if you’re not sure what to cook, carrying a skewer would not make you feel heavier.

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TIPS:

  • Bring the size and number of cooking tools to suit the number of people.
  • If you are sure that the food you are cooking doesn’t need certain items, you can remove it from the list.

 

If you have some helpful tips to carry less camping cooking stuff, you can share them with friends below. We’re all happy to hear that.

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Let’s go cooking out there!

GoGetThings Outdoor Team
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