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  • dab
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    How about a ziplock bag with a chilled / frozen pasta ragout
    Then boil up pasta , drop in bag , heat , drain
    Then mix the ragout ?

    Works for me

    Tough to cook with jetboils etc as they aren’t super
    controllable , tends to be all or nowt

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    packet dried pasta and sauce from the supermarket. Simple fuel, usually not too rank tasting either.
    Easy to carry, easy to cook, simple to digest.

    I must add ..where I bivi …I can and do cook on open fire

    flatfish
    Member

    Christmas dinner 😀

    Now THAT’S the kind of thing I’m looking … 😀

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    that is fantastic flatfish!

    Premier Icon Teetosugars
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    These Clicky thingy from Booths etc are spotty dog IMHO.
    Boil in the bag at it’s finest.

    bloodynora
    Member

    Those ‘Look what we found’ meals are lovely though the portions aren’t on the generous side! Could easily eat two especially during a day out in the hills. Super tasty though

    gazerath
    Member

    I had the meat balls from booths so nice, but did take a while to heat and in a tiny pan it was a bit difficult, when i say pan i mean take away tray on an open fire, which did eventually burn through on. Pan next time!

    Ok so lots of you bivi…what do you use food wise ….I’m not into dehydrated iron pre packed camping food …..any of you tempted to cook a small roast with veg …???

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