Cooking while Camping: Top tips and tricks

cooking while camping

With the holiday season approaching, we have all planned some time away, where we can rest and enjoy a good time. If you have planned to go camping, you can find a couple of tips and tricks about cooking while camping: how to preserve your food fresh, how to cook. etc.

  1. Keep the food fresh Summer and warm weather has arrived. It gives you the idea of going on a camping holiday! To keep food fresh, it is important to keep it cold. There are many types of cool boxes that you can use.
    While you are camping, we recommend that you use rigid cool boxes; they can either be electric or standard.Here’s some practical advice for basic cool boxes—always keep two ice packs in hand, so you can change them periodically. While you use one in your cool box, the second one can be kept in a freezer, which you can find at the campsite you are staying.Don’t forget to always keep your cooler box in the shade and aim to quickly cook and eat the food inside.

    See our selection of cool boxes 


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  1. How to cook your food?If you are on holiday with children, we recommend that you choose gas camping stoves that are stable. These are often outfitted with stands for larger pots, along with double burners and larger burners. The flames ensure more effective cooking and their stability makes it safer for you. Always set up your camping stove in an area sheltered from the wind and put it up high, of course, away from the reach of children.Also, keep the cooking place away from your tent. Even in the event of rain, never set-up your camping stove in your tent!Be cautious about the environment and avoid throwing away an empty gas cartridge in a rubbish bin, take it to the recycling point where it will be recycled.
  2. Choose the right cookware sets Consider getting you a non-stick cook set. Their maintenance is simpler in comparison to all aluminum cookware kits that tend to leave food stuck to the bottom. On the other hand, they are also more fragile and may scratch. Therefore, only use utensils that are made from wood or plastic. Don’t use an abrasive sponge to clean them as this risks scratching them. It is better to use a traditional cleaning brush with regular liquid soap.

See our full camping cooking equipment 

When you are fully prepared for you camping trip, there is nothing left but enjoy the sun, company and all the great experiences camping has to offer!

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