Bio Stove Backpacking Mess Kit
This camping mess kit/cook kit has everything you need to make meals on the trail.
Bio Fuel Stove
This bio fuel stove is easy to use, stacks together for convenient storage and doesn’t require propane. Use it with wood, twigs and other materials you find on the trail.
Two Pot Set
These two pots stack together providing a place to store your spork and backpacking stove. They also have measurements along one side and make it easy to cook food and boil water.
This spork has everything you need to enjoy a meal on the trail. It works well as both a spoon and fork and the plastic handle is removable allowing access to a sharp knife.
I am impressed with this cook kit, the stove, pot set and spork.
Stove – It is fairly lightweight to be stainless steel and somewhat compact. It has a large compartment for the sticks and easy loading from the side or top. There is enough room in the stove for my pop can alcohol stove and the small stand I use for it. It comes with a stuff sack.Pot Set – It is lightweight aluminum with insulated folding handles.
Bigger Pot – It can hold about 28oz. comfortable, any fuller and it’s taking a chance on spilling over the top, especially if boiling water.
Smaller Pot – It is a good size for frying up eggs, bacon or one of my favorite outdoor cooking foods, SPAM. I haven’t fried in it yet but I’m sure it will work just fine if it doesn’t get too hot. It can also be used as a lid to help bring water to a boil quicker or to keep ashes and insects from flying in. It comes with a stuff sack to help keep your pack cleaner.
Spork – It is metal and is sturdy, it has a knife on the other end that was shaving sharp. The plastic handle has a built-in whistle that can be used in an emergency. With the stove in it’s stuff sack, it nests nice and tight in the pot, put the spork in the stove and the lid on top, zip the sack and it’s a nice little set up.
Here is a video of the kit – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Gx72aK0fgA
Here is a video of the water filter – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lso9xTFbH_o&t=5s