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GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Backpacker Cookset Reviewed

Posted on Jun 14, 2016

It has been a while since I reviewed the ultralight Pinnacle Soloist from GSI Outdoors. An ultralight cookset sized perfectly for one individual. But what if you are traveling in a group of two or more? A single larger cookset can be easier to deal with and lighter overall. Today, I’ll be looking at the Pinnacle Backpacker Cookset also from GSI Outdoors to see how well it can fill that niche…

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Jetboil Joule Cooking System Reviewed

Posted on May 4, 2016

When it comes to prepping for survival scenarios, I usually opt for gear that can be used over and over again relying on renewable resources whenever possible. For this reason, I typically choose biomass stoves over stoves that utilize gas, liquid or solid fuels. However, biomass stoves are certainly not the best option for every scenario. There are times when you just can’t beat a compressed gas stove. Today, I’ll be looking at the Joule Cooking System from Jetboil to see how well it fits into my preparedness plan. So let’s get on with it and see what this thing can do…

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GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Ketalist Reviewed

Posted on Dec 3, 2015

When you are out in the bush and traveling light, there are many cookware options available. But some options can boil water much faster than others. Today, I’ll be looking at the Glacier Stainless Steel Ketalist from GSI Outdoors. So let’s see how well it will get the job done…

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GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless Cookset Reviewed

Posted on Oct 27, 2015

Any good long-term survival plan considers a way to boil water and cook food. But when you think of outdoor cookware, the lightweight packable variety is probably at the top of the list. Cookware capable of sustaining a medium to large-sized family may or may not have been a consideration, unless you’ve camped out of the back of a car before. Today, I’ll be looking at the Glacier Stainless Cookset MD from GSI Outdoors to see if it would fill that niche. So let’s see how well it holds up…

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GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Reviewed

Posted on Mar 13, 2015

Last month I reviewed a Halulite Pressure Cooker from GSI Outdoors and liked it a lot so today I thought I would review another one of their products, the compact Pinnacle Soloist. The Soloist is a complete ultralight cookware solution sized perfectly for one individual. The set consists of an attractive 1.1 liter hard-anodized aluminum pot, a 14 fluid-ounce insulated bowl with a lid, a telescoping Foon and a welded rubberized stuff sack to protect the kit when it’s not in use. Read on for more details…

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Solo Stove Reviewed

Posted on Jan 27, 2015

Part of any good SHTF plan should accommodate a way to cook and purify water without gas or electricity. Additionally, that plan should maintain an emphasis on mobility. I’ve looked at many stove systems lately that utilize a variety of fuels. Today I’ll be looking at the Solo Stove, a compact packable, and environmentally friendly wood burning stove. Read on for more…

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TOAKS Titanium Pot with Pan Reviewed

Posted on Jan 19, 2015

A couple of weeks ago I reviewed the TOAKS Ultralight Titanium Cook System which only comes with a 550ml pot. With my large family, I felt that I needed something bigger for those times when they are with me. But whatever I picked up, it still needed to be light enough to pack. I was happy with the quality of the TOAKS 550ml pot so I thought that I would check out their larger cookware. Read on to see how they fared…

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TOAKS Ultralight Titanium Cook System Reviewed

Posted on Jan 14, 2015

I recently stumbled across the TOAKS Ultralight Titanium Cook System while searching for an ultralight, packable stove and cookware set that is both easy to use and very durable to include in my family’s bug-out bags. This cookset consists of a TOAKS 550ml titanium pot, a folding solid-fuel stove, a TOAKS titanium folding spork and a titanium windscreen. Read on to see how well it works…

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