• What sort of pans do people use to cook on stoves? I have trangia pans and some cheap go outdoors stacking set. They both taste dreadful and metallic!
    I’d like something to upgrade my trangia pans for boiling water/ simple meals, and (possibly the same pan but open to it being different) something I can use on the fire pit at home for warming stuff like chilli, soup etc with the kids.
    Do the pans with some sort of coating taste better? Is titanium any better?
    Thanks for any ideas/ recommendations! I’m using my time at home minding the kids to get set up for future trips

  • For the fire pit at home I'd look at Lodge stuff. Definitely not for travelling with though.

  • I went for this as a single
    Decathlon budget pans
    And added this for two person in the 1.1 litre version
    Each will store a small gas canister to optimise packing space.
    No metallic or odd taste from either when cooking food or boiling water for tea/coffee.

  • MSR Titan Kettle if you’re cooking simple stuff solo
    Evernew 1.2l ti pot to cook more seriously with two people
    Titanium is very much worth it if you do it regularly


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