Drybaking sans windscreen

Discussion in 'Kitchen' started by slovhike, Aug 4, 2018.

  1. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

    To hide from untolerable heat forest retreat was only option...while dozing in the hammock food was on the stove...forgot to pack windscreen for drybaking but was tempted to give it a go just the same...a bit more time/fuel is needed..
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    Last edited: Aug 4, 2018
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  2. SafetyThird

    SafetyThird Section Hiker

    Do you put anything between the two pans to create an airgap?

    Looks very tasty
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  3. Bopdude

    Bopdude Section Hiker

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  4. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

    @SafetyThird no as theres no need...just make sure to use a esbit/alcohol simmer mode..if using gas you'll need something in between the stove head and pot to prevent warp...
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  5. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

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  6. SafetyThird

    SafetyThird Section Hiker

    thanks. Was planning to use my stormin' meths stove as I have the simmer ring for it. Just need to cut the rim off the baking tin I have as it's not quite small enough to fit in my pot.

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