Freezerbag cooking is ideal for winter camping. It’s lightweight because you prepare all your dried ingredients at home and prepackage them in Ziploc bags.
You only need a single pot to boil water in, enough fuel to boil the water, and a fabric cozy for your bagged meal (a spare garment will work in pinch).
Once the water boils, pour it into the Ziploc bag and slip the bag in your cozy. Set it aside for 5-10 minutes for the meal to fully cook.
You’ll save fuel because there’s no simmering. Cleanup is easy as there’s no pot to scrub, just a bag to pack out.
WinterCampers.com has a few ziplock recipes and Trail Cooking (previously freezerbagcooking.com) has recipes and technique ideas.
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January 14th, 2012 | Tags: backpacking stoves, cooking, freezer bag | Category: Cold Weather Camping, Leave No Trace, Winter Camping, Winter Camping Gear, Winter Camping Skills
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