Bug Out Bag Basics: Cooking Outdoors Using a Solo Stove

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Have you ever thought about how you would cook on the run?  What I mean is this: you are ordered – or need – to evacuate the shelter of your home and are not sure where you are going.  You may need to camp out and you are most definitely going to have to fend for yourself.

The bug-out-bag is ready to go will all kinds of gear including some paracord, a good knife and whistle, Mylar sleeping bags and a tent, water purification tablets, first aid items, plus some freeze-dried food pouches.  Life is good, right?

Now wait a second.  How are you going to cook your food and what are you going to cook it in?

Today I am going to share with you the results of testing the amazing little Solo Stove and offer up some suggestions for including such a stove and some related gear in your bug out bag.  Because I am so biased about these things (Solo Stove is a sponsor here on Backdoor Survival), I decided to let the Survival Husband share his opinion of this nifty little stove.

This article was updated in March 2016.  Please visit this all new product review on the Amazing Solo Stove.

How to Use the Amazing Solo Stove | Backdoor Survival




Bug Out Bag Basics: Cooking Outdoors Using a Solo Stove — 5 Comments

  1. I grew up with a mom who could cook “anything”. She was a true southern lady! And, she always used her cast iron skillets! They were well seasoned and the meals she prepared were awesome…best fried chicken ever and cornbread that would melt in your mouth. I will ALWAYS recommend the cast iron skillets. There is one other use that perhaps no one would think of…they make a great weapon!!!

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