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BUDGET BACKPACKING COOK KITS - DON'T OVERSPEND!

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Ultralight Hiking Cook Kit & Why I Wont Change It | Toaks Titanium BRS 3000T

I have been using the same hiking cook kit now at this point for close to 3 years. It has survived the entirety of the Appalachian Trail as well as close to ALL of New Hampshire’s 48 40000 footers and 52 with a view peaks. The entire setup weighs in around 5.7oz or 162g. And includes the following

BRS 3000t Stove - .90oz or 25g
BRS sack - .10oz or 2g
Mini Bic - .40oz or 11g
Toaks Long Spoon - .70oz or 20g
Toaks 600ml Pot - 3.05oz or 86g
Toaks 600ml Pot Lid -.60oz or 17g

Total weight for whole kit - 5.70oz or 162g

In this video I will explain why it worked out so well for me and why still to this day I refuse to change it.

Some links to the stuff in the video are down below. Unfortunately the pot I use is no longer made but I linked two that are pretty similar

Toaks 700ml Light Titanium Pot - (has similar handle to the one I have but is a thinner and lighter titanium)
Toaks 750ml Titanium Pot at REI - (similar weight and thickness titanium to my pot but with different handles)
Toaks Long Handle Spoon -
Toaks Long Handle Titanium Spoon at REI -
BRS 3000t Stove -

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Viltrox EF-M2 m43 to canon efs adapter - or
K&F Concept Variable Fader ND2-400 Filter (67mm) -
Rode Video Micro at BHphoto or Amazon - or
Manfrotto BeFree Live at BHphoto -

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BACKPACKING COOKING Gear that can Make a BIG Difference!! ( Cook Set Upgrades! )

Hi Campers!
I totally upgrade my backpacking cook gear setup! I update my camp cook set ( MalloMe Camping & Cookware & Mess kit ) back country knife ( Gerber Paraframe Mini Tanto folding knife ) backpack stove ( MSR Pocket Rocket 2 ) coffee system ( GSI Ultra Light Java Drip ) Skillet (Jetboil Summit Skillet ) and my salt/pepper ( MSR alpine salt/ pepper )and put it all together to make a whole new camp cook set-up for my back-country cooking that I will be doing in 20202!!!
BONUS I check out the Bison Rolling Grill for grilling in the back-country!!

Let's get ready to Cook!!
Base Camp Chris

Jet Boil Summit skillet

MSR Pocket Rocket 2


MalloMe Camping & Cookware & Mess kit


Gerber Paraframe Mini Tanto folding knife


GSI Ultra Light Java Drip


Jetboil Summit Skillet


MSR alpine salt/ pepper shaker
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GSI Minimalist ULTRALIGHT Backpacking Cook Kit

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A backpacking cook kit is one of the most vital parts of your gear setup. When you're out on the trail, you want something reliable, easy to use, and of course, lightweight. Our cook kits have evolved over the years from DIY alcohol setups to ultralight canister stoves. This season, it's time for another improvement.

For 2019, Joey's upgrading his backpacking cook kit with a new pot, stove, and more. Check out this awesome new ultralight, minimalist cook kit setup for the 2019 backpacking season.

NEW SETUP:

▪ GSI Halulite Minimalist II →
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▪ Sea To Summit X Cup →
▪ Toaks Titanium Spork →
▪ Fuel →

PREVIOUS SETUP:

▪ GSI Pinnacle Soloist →
▪ MSR Stove →
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My ultralight backpacking cook kit

I haven't shown my ultralight backpacking cook kit before! Here it comes in at a whopping 5.7 ounces according to my scale. One of the only modifications I've made is changing the lid for one from Four dog stoves. Most of my backpacking trail meals are rehydrating food which speaks to the simplicity of my overall kit. I show two variations in this video. My alcohol stove for normal altitudes and my MSR pocket rocket 2 for higher elevations.

My cook kit:
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My Ultralight Backpacking Cook Kits!

Ultralight cooking kits for backpacking come in so many different forms. There are so many ways to put together a kit for your needs. Canister stoves versus alcohol stoves. Titanium pots versus aluminum pots. The list of things that people use to create their kit is huge to choose from.
Here are the two backpacking cooking kits that I've been using as of late.
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Soto Thermostack:
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Toaks 700ml Pot:
Liteaf Pot Sack:

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Camp Cookware/Backpacking 101/Which one?

When I started out camping in the great outdoors finding the right cook kit for me as well as the others in my group was challenging to say the least. In this video we are going to look at the size of the cooking pots as well as the material and weight of cook kits.

Snow Peak 1400 Titanium Cookset.
Snow Peak 900 Titanium Cookset.
Snow Peak 900 Aluminum Cookset.
Snow Peak 700 titanium Cookset.
Snow Peak 600 Titanium Cup.
Snow Peak 450 Ttitanium Cup.
Toaks Titanium 900 ml pot.
Toaks Titanium 1100 ml Cookset.
Toaks Titanium 750 ml pot.
Toaks Titanium 650 ml pot.
Toaks Titanium 550 ml pot.
Toaks Titanium 450 ml pot.
Valcan titanium 650 ml mug.
Sob Stainless Steel 900 ml Pot.
Imusa Aluminum Mug 12 cm.
Imusa Aluminum Mug 10 cm.
Snow Peak Hotlips Mug.
Silicone Lip Guard for pot.
Optimus Titanium Long Spoon.
Toaks Titanium Long Spoon.
Spork.
Vargo Titanium Spork.
Jet Flame Torch Lighter.
Mors Camp Pot and lids for pots.
Angry Troll Cups and lids.

The Ultimate Ultralight Kitchen

A 4.0 oz compact kitchen for all of your lightweight backcountry needs! Find the components here:
-BRS Ultralight Titanium Stove:
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Backpacking Food (Cook, No-Cook, Cold Soaking, Storage, Stoves, Cookware)

00:27 Cooking (Pros and Cons)
01:27 Cooking Options
02:51 No-Cook Options
03:08 Cold Soaking
04:07 How Much Food to Bring
05:31 Food Storage
05:41 Bear Bag
07:32 Bear Canister
08:02 Ursack
08:42 Where to keep you food in the desert
10:13 Stoves
10:18 Fuel Canister Stoves
11:32 Alcohol Stoves
13:19 Wood Burning Stoves
14:33 Food Pot
16:46 Spoons and Sporks
17:38 Cups
18:29 Washing the Dishes

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BEST BUDGET Backpacking Gear REVIEW! Complete Set Up - $279!

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Want to $ave some money and get into Backpacking? I do a review/ checklist of base gear for backpacking and I do it on a Budget! I show you how to save money with quality gear that is inexpensive. I review a 1 person tent (Alps Mountaineering Lynx 1) a durable backpack (Teton Scout 3400) a sleep pad (Thermarest Z Lite) a light weight style 20 degree sleeping bag (Teton Trailhead 20) a great little campstove (Etekcity stove) and a backpackers cook set (GSI Glacier cook set)

I give you the prices for all this gear and find comparable gear that is more expensive to show the price difference! You can save over $500 dollars by shopping smart!

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Best Backpacking Cookware In 2020 – Pack Everything You Need!

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Our complete review, including our selection for the year's 10 #Best_Backpacking_Cookware, is exclusively available on #FishFindly.

These 10 Best Backpacking Cookware Video Buying Guide Included Products Are:

1. MalloMe Backpacking Cookware

2. Aoduoer Mess Kit Outdoor Backpacking Cookware

3. BioLite KettlePot Outdoor Backpacking Cookware

4. GSI Outdoors – Halulite Minimalist Backpacking Cookware

5. GSI Outdoors – Halulite Microdualist Backpacking Cookware

6. Stanley Base Camp Backpacking Cookware

7. MSR Quick 2 System Backpacking Cookware

8. Stanely Adventure Prep Backpacking Cookware

9. Sea to Summit X Pot Backpacking Cookware

10. GSI Unisex Pinnacle Cook and Eat Set Backpacking Cookware


Food is one area that can put people off a backpacking trip. Having to eat bland processed food can make you start to crave your home comforts and tasty home meals. With the best backpacking cookware, however, you’ll be able to enjoy that tasty food wherever you are.

Finding the best backpacking cook set can be tricky though, as getting a high amount of functionality in a small space is a difficult task. That’s why we have created this buying guide and have completed backpacking cookware reviews in order for you to pick the perfect tools for you.

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DIY Tuna Can Backpacking Stove

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Cheap Backpacking Gear Long Term 2 (FIRST HIKE)

Backpacking is great in almost every way, but it can be expensive when you're a beginner with no gear and a limited budget. To make things relatively affordable, we've challenged ourselves to get a full outfit of gear for $200. We researched, selected, and bought what we think are some of the most promising, ultra-low cost options out there.

We already showed you the gear we chose and explained why we chose it, in the first video ( Now it's time to pack up the gear, throw on the backpack, and hit the trail. We're starting out the season in usual fashion with a fully geared up day hike, but this time we've got new gear to test out.

What do you think? And if you end up trying any of the gear for yourself, we'd love to hear your thoughts!

Final load weight 13 pounds (no food, water, extra clothing, toiletries.)

First backpacking trip →

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Beginner backpacking gear basics →
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Backpacking is a wonderful outdoor activity that we think should be accessible to everyone. But, getting all the gear you need can be expensive, especially if you're a beginner. So, we've challenged ourselves to get a full outfit of gear for $200. We researched, selected, and bought what we think are some of the most promising, ultra-low-cost options out there.

We already showed you the gear we chose and explained why we chose it in the first video: ( Then we loaded up the pack, went for a hike, and used the gear in the second video: ( Now we have a tent and some updates on the rest of the gear. Still to come: A final overnight camping test.

What do you think? If you end up trying any of the gear for yourself, we'd love to hear your thoughts!

Photos and more details →

Superior Hiking Trail trip mentioned →

Beginner backpacking gear basics →

THE GEAR:

UPDATE: Some items no longer available, suggested alternatives listed instead.

▪ Pack → -OR-
▪ Sleeping Bag → -OR-
▪ Cook Kit →
▪ Alternative Cook Kit →
▪ Stove → -OR-
▪ Water Filter →
▪ Headlamp →
▪ Knife →
▪ Pillow → -OR-
▪ Sleeping Pad →
▪ Compass →
▪ Tent →
▪ Alternative Tent →

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Cheap Backpacking Gear Long Term 1 (EVERYTHING for $200?)

Backpacking is generally an accessible activity, but there's one complication: if you want to go backpacking, you'll need some gear. For some, this can be the biggest barrier to getting into the sport, because gear costs money - sometimes a lot.

So what if you're not looking to drop hundreds of dollars just to get into the sport? Or what if you just don't have the means to do so? We've set out to answer this question. With a total budget of $200, we researched, selected, and bought what we think are some of the most promising, ultra-low cost options out there.

Here, we'll talk about the criteria we set, what we chose and why, and we'll show you the gear with our first impressions.

What do you think? And if you end up trying any of the gear for yourself, we'd love to hear your thoughts!

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Beginner backpacking gear basics →

Backpacking is a wonderful outdoor activity that we think should be accessible to everyone. But, getting all the gear you need can be expensive, especially if you're a beginner. So, we've challenged ourselves to get a full outfit of gear for $200. We researched, selected, and bought what we think are some of the most promising, ultra-low-cost options out there.

We already showed you the gear we chose and explained why we chose it in the first video: ( Then we loaded up the pack, went for a hike, and used the gear in the second video: ( Now we have a tent and some updates on the rest of the gear. Still to come: A final overnight camping test.

What do you think? If you end up trying any of the gear for yourself, we'd love to hear your thoughts!

Photos and more details →

Superior Hiking Trail trip mentioned →

Beginner backpacking gear basics →

THE GEAR:

UPDATE: Some items no longer available, suggested alternatives listed instead.

▪ Pack → -OR-
▪ Sleeping Bag → -OR-
▪ Cook Kit →
▪ Alternative Cook Kit →
▪ Stove → -OR-
▪ Water Filter →
▪ Headlamp →
▪ Knife →
▪ Pillow → -OR-
▪ Sleeping Pad →
▪ Compass →
▪ Tent →
▪ Alternative Tent →

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Cheap Backpacking Gear Long Term 3 (TENT And Updates)

Backpacking is a wonderful outdoor activity that we think should be accessible to everyone. But, getting all the gear you need can be expensive, especially if you're a beginner. So, we've challenged ourselves to get a full outfit of gear for $200. We researched, selected, and bought what we think are some of the most promising, ultra-low-cost options out there.

We already showed you the gear we chose and explained why we chose it in the first video: ( Then we loaded up the pack, went for a hike, and used the gear in the second video: ( Now we have a tent and some updates on the rest of the gear. Still to come: A final overnight camping test.

What do you think? If you end up trying any of the gear for yourself, we'd love to hear your thoughts!

Photos and more details →

Superior Hiking Trail trip mentioned →

Beginner backpacking gear basics →

THE GEAR:

UPDATE: Some items no longer available, suggested alternatives listed instead.

▪ Pack → -OR-
▪ Sleeping Bag → -OR-
▪ Cook Kit →
▪ Alternative Cook Kit →
▪ Stove → -OR-
▪ Water Filter →
▪ Headlamp →
▪ Knife →
▪ Pillow → -OR-
▪ Sleeping Pad →
▪ Compass →
▪ Tent →
▪ Alternative Tent →

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AmazonBasics Outdoor Camping Cookware Set VS GSI Pinnacle Pan

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Solo Cook Sets For Hiking, Bushcraft & Camping - Medium and Light Weight Options

Just a quick (well quite long video) on my Solo Cook Sets. Good for light weight and can use wood, gas and alcohol. Hope this helps you out and saves you money! I've put many hours into this and use these sets for hiking, bushcraft, camping and many things outdoors.


Full equipment list...

Fire Maple Wind Screen
4 Wind Screen -
6 inch Trail Designs Classic Wind Screen
Titanium Cross Stand -


Titanium Siphon Alcohol Stove -
Ultralight Titanium Alcohol Stove -
White Box Stove -

Sea To Summit X Bowl and X Cup -

Esbit Titanium Folding Spoon & knife
Sickle Titanium Spork -
Plastic spork -
Sea To Summit Aluminium Spoon -
Esbit titanium knife fork and spoon set. -

Measuring cup for the alcohol burners
Plastic cup (very light weight)

Esbit 985ml Stove and Cookset
Stainless Steel Bowl
Titanium 1.1 litre pot
Primus Litech Trek Kettle
Titanium 450ml mug

Bushbox Outdoor Pocket Stove
Bushbox Ultralight Outdoor Pocket Stove
Bushbox XL Combination Kit

Large to Small Nalgene bottles for Alcohol storage
1 Litre Nalgene bottle for clean water
Gas canisters

Jetboil Flash
750ml Titanium Pot with lid

Bisgear Camp Cooking Set Review

Bisgear asked if we would review their Camping Cookware Set. We said yes and they shipped one to us straight away, at no charge.

In this video I 1)unbox and review the set; 2)see how much water the pot, pan and one of the bowls hold; 3)use the set to cook scrambled eggs; and 4)have a quick look at how to pack the set again.

This is a small cookset designed to be everything needed for backpacking. The pot, its lid and the pan are made of anodized aluminum giving them non-stick surfaces.

The kit I received contained: anodized aluminum pot with lid, anodized aluminum pan, 2 plastic bowls, mini burner with piezo igniter (with plastic case), folding stainless steel spork, plastic ladel with folding metal handle, wooden spoon, loofah sponge, carabiner and nylon carrying bag.

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Best Backpacking Cook Kit! (ALL-in-One On A Budget!)

Choosing a beginner backpacking cook kit on a budget shouldn't be a challenge. And with THIS set up, it doesn't have to be!

I barely knew what I was looking for when I bought my first backpacking cook kit. But boy am I glad I made the right choice when I was a beginner backpacker with this one! I STILL think this is a great cook kit for any beginner to start with and I highly recommend it to all my beginner backpacking friends!

For more information on any of these products, check out the links below!

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Bisgear 16pc Cook Kit:
MalloMe Camping Cookware Mess Kit:
Human Gear GoBites Duo:
Etekcity Stove:
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Why don't you try some of THESE tasty backpacking recipes on your next trip!
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Tuna Luna:
Muffin Bomb:
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MountainTop 60L Pack:
Teton Altos 20F Sleeping Bag:
Trekology 2.0 Pillow:
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GSI Mug:
GoBites Duo SPORK:
My FIRST Tent- Weanas 1 Person:
My CURRENT Tent- X-mid 1 Person:
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BEST Budget Backpacker Kit | Stanley Adventure COOK Set!

I review the 24 oz Stanley's adventure two cup cook set. This budget cook set is a great value at $14.95 and I show you how I pack my cooking gear into it and make it work for me! This cook set will work for backpacking, camping and hunting trips! The cook set is made out of stainless steel and has 2 heavy duty plastic drinking cups that nest inside the cook pot for easy packing into your daypack or backpack!

Keep Hiking!
Base Camp Chris

Stanley Adventure Cook Set


Primus mini fuel canister


MSR Universal Canister Stand


Stanley Adventure Cook Set SPECS:
Weight: 0.90
Dimensions: 4.33L x 4.02W x 5.83H in

DETAILS:
18/8 stainless steel, BPA-free
Locking handle
Two nesting insulated cups included (10 OZ / 295 ML)
Dishwasher safe
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Ultimate Ultralight Cook Kit

This is a bare bones ultralight cook system that works. Low mess, low fuss. If you're looking for a great ultralight pot and stove to make your solo meals, check out this video. I also provide a few tips and tricks on how to re-hydrate and cook using this system.

Toaks 750 mL pot:
BRS3000 stove:
Spoon:

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