Basic Tips For Cooking Camps

Cook in a camp is always different because you don’t have the comfort and equipment you have at home. Many people do not like this part and avoid staying in campsites without some restaurant together or close. However also there are people who think that the fun part of the camp.


Before you go camping it is important to know if there’s going to be some on-site bar, restaurant or supermarket to support at mealtimes. If there is anything like that, you’re going to have to turn in 30, only with the equipment to take so it’s nice to calculate well not to forget any basic item.
Stove
Currently there are basically two types of stoves that are most commonly used in camping. Two models are with gas cartridges, one of them has a square structure and quite stable and the refill is placed beside the mouth used to Cook, this model (see photo below) is ideal for use in campgrounds.
The second model uses a different type of gas, which will refill docked below the mouth of the stove, is much simpler, smaller and lighter, but less stable, bad for those who will use a larger pan. Is a model shown more for treks and fast and lightweight camps.
In addition another option would be the espiriteiras, which we’ll cover in another article specifically for this.
Some people camping longer may have those old models, with two mouths and that work with a liquinho. They are large, heavy and advised only for those who really need to cook a larger amount.
Cookware
You can always take to the camp the normal Cookware you use at home, but often this is bad because they don’t fit and end up being a fairly large volume to load. If you are by car the volume may not be a problem, but if you are on foot, each and every centimetre of volume is a bother to carry.
For those looking for practicality and little volume there are on the market for sale, a few sets of cookware (including and dishes and cutlery) where everything fits, is something inside the other, optimizing the space and the way of storing everything.With these sets is to load all kitchen equipment in one volume. Is very practical.
On the amount and types of pan, it will depend on how many people you’re going to cook and what kind of food do you intend to do. Think of the pans after thinking of a possible menu.
Dishes
You don’t have to have exactly one “plate of camp” but avoid taking for your adventure a plate of any breakable material.Glass, ceramics and porcelain are at home. Take a plate of plastic, silicone, aluminum or wood.
Cutlery
Cutlery is always important in camping. Even if you do not wish to Cook, it’s good to have them around. There are some models of a “camp cutlery” where fork, knife and spoon are usually smaller than normal and usually stick together (somehow) facilitating transport. But if you don’t have that kind of guy and don’t want to invest in this equipment, there’s no problem you use normal cutlery that you use at home.
Lighter or Match
To camp there is a thing you must never forget: anything you do fire! Matches or lighters are required for 100% of the camps.In campgrounds SOMETIMES can survive without them, but it’s never good risk. Imagine the citizen who forgot the matches scraping the strings just like cartoons in hopes of making fire.This only works on tv (you can see in the movie “Castaway,” or that the Discovery “proof of Everything)”, or with people trained.
The conclusion is simple: never forget to take or a lighter or a box of matches.
Oh and if you are paranoid about it, put the matches in a plastic bag so if your backpack fall into a river, or any other disaster involving water, yet your match will work. But that’s just in case you’re really neurotic.

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