Camping Ceramic Cookware
Cooking outdoors presents responsible and hard challenges, such as rain and the wind, things you don’t have to worry about in your comfortable and cozy home kitchen. That’s why you have to keep your camping style in mind. It is easier to choose camping cookware when going on a camp trip in mild and summer seasons and of course when you’re a car camper. If you are a backpacker, weight is the most important factor for you. There are several types of camping cookware, but most importantly, you have to bring a pot where you can boil water, cook pasta, rice and a place where you can get your utensils sterilized. Also, you should bring a pan to fry your eggs, bacon, and other fresh foods. Do bring utensils, like a couple of spoons, a heatproof spatula, tongs and cutlery wrapped in tea towels. You can store these utensils in a large plastic container with a lid.
Many manufacturers sell camping cookware, but this doesn’t mean you need to buy especially from them. You can buy ordinary utensils from any local shop or online. Getting to the main point now, the cookware material. You can buy aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, cast iron, ceramics, etc. I suggest you don’t go for the cheapest option like the aluminum, or the heaviest option like the cast iron. If you want to stay eco-friendly, have a lightweight cookware and utensils that are both affordable and durable, go for the ceramics. The ceramics pots and pans can be used on the camping stove and provide you with delicious and quick meals. Plus, you won’t even need oil or butter. For cutting your veggies or the meat you have with you, you would like a chef knife and a smaller knife. Ceramic knives are also great – lightweight, hygienic, durable, sharp and precise. I always bring my set of knives that I bought online from Wilson Cutlery.
Another thing for considering is the cleaning. You don’t want cookware that is hard to clean and maintain, you want a pan that doesn’t hold up any food on it. Ceramic pans and pots are the perfect solutions to this issue, with their awesome non-stick surface. Besides, ceramic cookware doesn’t have any PTFE (fluoropolymer) or BPA (bisphenol A) coatings, which emit toxic fumes dangerous for humans, birds, and other animals. After all, you went to enjoy the nature’s wonders, not to destroy them, right? I hope this post helped you, happy camping!