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  • #1049049
    1984
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    Anyone got any nice ideas for food that can be cooked on 2 gas stoves in fields? Something nice and yummy, not pot noodle ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Went camping a bit last year and found working out what food to cook very hard other than the old BBQ. Any suggestions?

    #1225187
    p0ly
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    totellini yum yum

    #1225196
    1984
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    @p0ly 381084 wrote:

    totellini yum yum

    needs to be kept in the fridge though really

    #1225188
    p0ly
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    i disagree. food has use by dates yet i’ve eaten bacon which is over a month over it and it was really nice and i didn’t get ill.

    i did have a bacon craving though ahahaha

    #1225181
    GiantMidget
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    Take a few MREs.

    #1225189
    p0ly
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    just do stimulants all weekend, u wont need no food. hhahahah joke.

    bring loads of boiled eggs with u, i think im gonna do that for glade!

    #1225197
    1984
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    @p0ly 381090 wrote:

    i disagree. food has use by dates yet i’ve eaten bacon which is over a month over it and it was really nice and i didn’t get ill.

    i did have a bacon craving though ahahaha

    bacon is cured in salt though so bacon is a good one to leave out of the fridge meat wise id have thought

    damn it now I have a bacon craving. fuck it, i will just eat bacon when I camp.

    #1225198
    1984
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    @p0ly 381092 wrote:

    just do stimulants all weekend, u wont need no food. hhahahah joke.

    I reckon I would have to be sectioned if I did that, my mind would resemble wet tissue paper

    #1225183
    DaftFader
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    Talk to starlaugh … he cooked up a mean spag bowl on a gas camping stove at a festival in the tent! raaa

    #1225180
    starlaugh
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    @DaftFader 381134 wrote:

    Talk to starlaugh … he cooked up a mean spag bowl on a gas camping stove at a festival in the tent! raaa

    You can cook pretty much anything you want, just take a cool box and some ice packs and fresh meat will be pretty much ok for a weekend. Just try to leave it in the shade.

    #1225192
    joshd96320
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    beef is easy. easy to preserve, and if u undercook it u dont get osme diseaser

    breakfsasrt in a can

    meatbvalls in rice is bveyr easy tpo cook

    curryt ina can wiv sioem rice, easy

    #1225179
    Tank Girl
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    For breckie I usually have fried eggs on potaote farl

    and I pre cook a spag bol or chilli put in a tupperware thing, (veggie) bring rice – cook that up and also do bring soured cream and grated cheese in a cool box I got off ebay –

    i use frozen bottles of water and those freezer pack things and keeps stuff really cold for up to 3 days atleast (esp cold cider – as long as its been in the fridge first) andother bits and pieces

    (1 and 3 of food :laugh_at:)

    #1225190
    p0ly
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    Damn tg u trying to make me hungry cos u succeeded.

    #1225184
    DaftFader
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    @ TG … that pot was made for that farl!!!

    (p.s. – I used to be a chef and i have no idea wtf farl is! :laugh_at:)

    #1225186
    KDW32
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    veg curry with rice or naan.

    #1225182
    GiantMidget
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    @DaftFader 381244 wrote:

    @ TG … that pot was made for that farl!!!

    (p.s. – I used to be a chef and i have no idea wtf farl is! :laugh_at:)

    A farl is a potato cake. Ain’t had one of them in time. will have to remedy that soon! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #1225194
    indigorainbox
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    tinned peaches were an actual saviour ๐Ÿ˜›

    #1225199
    1984
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    @Tank Girl 381208 wrote:

    For breckie I usually have fried eggs on potaote farl

    and I pre cook a spag bol or chilli put in a tupperware thing, (veggie) bring rice – cook that up and also do bring soured cream and grated cheese in a cool box I got off ebay –

    i use frozen bottles of water and those freezer pack things and keeps stuff really cold for up to 3 days atleast (esp cold cider – as long as its been in the fridge first) andother bits and pieces

    (1 and 3 of food :laugh_at:)

    that looks very yummy, will have to see how to make potato farl’s, are they hard?

    #1225174
    General Lighting
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    @KDW32 381276 wrote:

    veg curry with rice or naan.

    I’ve still got that video of you cooking for the entire K32 crew at Wales in 2004 ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #1225200
    1984
    Participant

    I need to get some kind of massive grill pan that will let me put on a packet of bacon, 8 eggs and lots of toast…perhaps a cafe would be easyer

    #1225175
    General Lighting
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    go to a Chinese shop or other such ethnic place. They tend to sell giant woks, pans and the like.

    #1225172
    Anonymous

    Hands down jamaican BBQ chicken from the backpackers pantry camping food.

    Enjoy brother!

    #1225201
    1984
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    @britfinnegan 395525 wrote:

    Hands down jamaican BBQ chicken from the backpackers pantry camping food.

    Enjoy brother!

    that looks revolting (and the product description says Brown Rice!):

    INSTANT WHITE RICE, SAUCE (NONFAT MILK, MALTODEXTRIN, POTATO STARCH, SALT, TORULA YEAST, VEGETARIAN CHICKEN SOUP BASE [HYDROLYZED SOY PROTEIN, NATURAL FLAVOR, AUTOLYZED YEAST EXTRACT, SOYBEAN OIL, SILICONE DIOXIDE (TO PREVENT CAKING), EXTRACT OF TURMERIC], DEXTROSE, SUGAR, SOY SAUCE [WHEAT, SOYBEANS, SALT, MALTODEXTRIN]), FREEZE-DRIED COOKED CHICKEN, CARROTS, ONIONS, CELERY, PARSLEY, RED AND GREEN BELL PEPPERS.

    #1225176
    process
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    for festival food if i actually felt like cooking and eating something. crepes are always a good one. can make the batter before hand and then all youve got to do is chuck some mushrooms, garlic, spinach and cheese in there and maybe some chorizo and you’ve got a proper tasty meal. and easy to eat if your not actually feeling that hungry, but have to eat something, not much chewing involved at all!

    #1225202
    1984
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    @process 395584 wrote:

    for festival food if i actually felt like cooking and eating something. crepes are always a good one. can make the batter before hand and then all youve got to do is chuck some mushrooms, garlic, spinach and cheese in there and maybe some chorizo and you’ve got a proper tasty meal. and easy to eat if your not actually feeling that hungry, but have to eat something, not much chewing involved at all!

    thats a good idea that be, I like crepes

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