Are you about to set out for camping? Then chances are high that you have some eating plans too? True, it helps if you just carry canned food. But what is camping without cooking for at least once? This article gives you some smart cooking tips that you can use while camping. Measure beforehand the ingredients that you’ll be needing for each and every meal. Get those from nearest stores and pack up into ziplock bags. Make sure that you’ve labeled each and every bag accordingly.
Get and pack your essentials like soups, stews and/or chili etc. Freeze those before you set and try to keep those in a cooler container. When you need a snap meal, just reheat those. Mind the usefulness of heavy duty aluminum foils. You could find many uses of them during our camping. Handle gas canisters with due care. Keep them upright all the times. Keep them outside your tend in an area that is well ventilated. Occasionally check whether there’s any leakage. You can check this by pouring some soap liquid onto all those connections. Then turn them off when you’re not using them. Freeze your meat before you put them into cooler.
Try and keep all other foods cool and that’ll keep them fresh for longer. Cover pots when you’re cooking outdoor. This way, your food will be done much quicker and you’ll be able to save a lot on fuel. In addition, this’ll keep all the dirt/insects away from your food. For the ease of cleaning up and protecting yourself from smoke or other kind of fire damages, consider putting liquid soap onto the outer side of the pots/pans prior to putting over your fire. Carefully block ice to make sure they last much longer than typical cubed ice. All the items inside your cooler must be packed within watertight bags or airtight containers.
For keeping wild animals from paying unwanted visits, keep your food stored a couple of yards away from your tend. You can also consider hanging them high above the ground level. If your grill is not non sticky, apply some oil onto it for keeping your foods from hopelessly sticking. Cans containing frozen juice should keep other forms of foods cool. So use them. Use convenience/instant foods to get fast meals whenever hunger strikes. Use some kind of fireproof cooking tools that ensure your safety. Keep the handles one or two feet apart from intense heat or flames.
For keeping matches dry, you can dip some stick matches within wax. So whenever needed, you scrape off tips of those matches and lights. Otherwise, you may keep matches within waterproof containers. You can use some ziplock bags for storing such as soups, sauces or chili. Freeze up those bags before putting them into a cooler. It’ll help keep other types of food items cold. Following these cooking tips should give you a smoother camping experience.
Article Source by Johnny Mosegaard