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Old 03-02-2013, 03:23 PM   #16
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Yes, small and light works well, but some people balk at the tinkering. Not me.

Here's a few pictures of my camp cooking setup with the 25 ton table rock. Didn't want to start a range fire with spilled methanol fuel. This camp was just west of Hwy 395 and north of Abert Lake.











Camped solo one night, then met up with RV friends for several more days. They even let me stay on the RV couch, which was nice as it frosted each morning.

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That ride looks like a hoot! Awesome scenery! Thanks for the pics if the "kitchen" and the rr.
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Old 03-02-2013, 03:40 PM   #17
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My usual camp coffee tools, though I've swapped out the old coffee pot for a small kettle.
Maleta coffee filter very little to clean up. I generally grind enough for the few days I can get away and carry that in a ziplock bag.




And the kettle, being used here to steam/warm a bagel.

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Old 03-02-2013, 05:07 PM   #18
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My usual camp coffee tools, though I've swapped out the old coffee pot for a small kettle.
Maleta coffee filter very little to clean up. I generally grind enough for the few days I can get away and carry that in a ziplock bag.




And the kettle, being used here to steam/warm a bagel.

Steamed bagels! Great idea! What are you using for heat?
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Old 03-02-2013, 07:42 PM   #19
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Old 03-03-2013, 07:26 AM   #20
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Old 03-03-2013, 03:07 PM   #21
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I've looked for years for a battery-powered or hand cranked grinder. REI has a hand-cranked one that is huge and bulky and heavy.
A Porlex grinder will pack right inside your Aeropress.

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Old 03-03-2013, 08:04 PM   #22
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Tea.

I boil water in the morning, fill a thermos, pour a cup or two and dunk my tea bag. Cheap too. I can get noname tea for 1c a bag. Most of the gas stations that sell coffee offer hot water for free if you have a cup. Save your money for petrol.
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Old 03-04-2013, 06:39 PM   #23
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Personally I like my system better because it's self contained, quick and slick. For cost, ease of operation, maintenace and most importantly quality of thee coffee I'll have to go with Jeff's McGyver set up. Bottom line with all things considered I'll have to call it a draw.
Hmm, you didn't get to see my whole arsenal of cooking apparatus'us'us.
Didn't that pack 'o mine look a bit large for a cup and a Aeropress?

Just wait 'till we get to the campground. I'll pull the other two stoves out and go all "Iron Chef" on yo'azz. You'll have hot water, but I'll have real food.

Since all threads are worthless without pictures...

My Cat-Can Mega-Heat Lava-Flow 2000 Burn'n down the Trailer Park!


And your Ferrari Fryer with 137 cleverly designed parts that can be lost at any moment.

(Yes, I do carry hot sauce in the rings on my Mollie bag...and a coffee hammer)
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Old 03-05-2013, 02:21 AM   #24
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I`ve just been given a Svea 123 stove. What a great bit of kit. you`ll always have fuel if you`re on you bike (petrol) and the only moving part is the tap to turn it off. And I concur with the previous posts about Starbucks instant... very tasty.
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Hmm, you didn't get to see my whole arsenal of cooking apparatus'us'us.
Didn't that pack 'o mine look a bit large for a cup and a Aeropress?

Just wait 'till we get to the campground. I'll pull the other two stoves out and go all "Iron Chef" on yo'azz. You'll have hot water, but I'll have real food.

Since all threads are worthless without pictures...

My Cat-Can Mega-Heat Lava-Flow 2000 Burn'n down the Trailer Park!


And your Ferrari Fryer with 137 cleverly designed parts that can be lost at any moment.

(Yes, I do carry hot sauce in the rings on my Mollie bag...and a coffee hammer)
So much for posting anonymouslyhence the lack of photo evidence that can easily identify the participants
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Old 03-05-2013, 09:59 AM   #26
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So much for posting anonymouslyhence the lack of photo evidence that can easily identify the participants
Fixed it...
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A coffee hammer? That's brilliant, actually. I don't need a grinder, just a tough-as-nails bag to throw the beans into. Then crush with hammer or boot heel. With what material would we make the bag? Nylon maybe--like a seat belt? It would be like a wallet with a velcro closure. Packs small, weighs nothing, seals tight, beat the hell out of it and can't tear it.

I can just see it in next year's Aerostich catalogue. "Bean Bag: Forget your heavy, bulky coffee grinder. Just put whole beans inside, crush 'em to a fine grind with a hammer, a boot, or run over it with your wheels. Freshest camp-ground(!) coffee you can make." $15.99 per, one year warranty.

Who is with me? $$$!

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A coffee hammer?
Mine has two settings:
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Fixed it...
Bwwaaaahahahaha! I always wondered what I'd look like in a tie! Now I know! The rest of it spot on!Especially the 3-D glasses.
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