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    Richard Proenneke
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    Most versatile bushpot

    Just thought I would let people know as there may be interest. This Keith titanium pot is just about the most versatile pot available on the market at the moment, currently on massdrop.
    http://dro.ps/b/qWMwb6Z/l


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    That looks like one fine pot!

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    I have ordered on to try out, I like the versatility. When I recieve it I will do a review.

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    i ordered one also, i have been looking for a larger titanium pot than my 750ml vargo (no bail option)
    thanks for the heads up!

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    Yeh I ordered one, I first saw them about a year ago and have wanted one since. However they were a little bit more than I was wanting to spend. They seem to have gone crazy on Massdrop though


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    Also I have started a recipe thread over on reddit, I hope it will get people sharing recipes and the like.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/trailmeals/...FG&sh=21614121


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    Got my pot in the mail yesterday. Decided to start by cooking some rice. I must say it made some of the best rice I have made at home. It managed to make a fair bit too, enough for two adults and two kids. I will be experimenting to see what else I can do with it. I have seen lots of baking etc on the net.


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    I got mine about a week ago, it seems like a fair bit of kit and does make some good rice. I am going to try making single versions of rice cooker meals. The first one I am going to try will be a mex rice. Rice, tomato, chicken, beans, capsicum, corn probably a bit of queanwah for some bonus protean.


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    These microwave, shelf stored not refrigerated chicken and rice meals are great and tasty.
    Think there was three varieties.
    I add a splash of water and heat in the pot so they don't dry out while heating. Almost like having takeway in the bush.

    IGA supermarket has been stocking them
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