stoveless

Cold Soaking: A Day in the Life

Cold Soaking: A Day in the Life

Cold soaking is the culinary art of backpacking without a stove (see also, stoveless).  While most hikers choose to carry a device with which they can cook a meal with...

Jul 19, 2018 : Brian Cornell
Update 3: Going Stoveless

Update 3: Going Stoveless

The main topic that’s been on my mind while preparing for my big hike (other than gear) is food. I have decided to go stoveless, meaning I will be relying...

Feb 17, 2018 : Liz Kidder
Two Cooks’ Advice for Going Stoveless

Two Cooks’ Advice for Going Stoveless

When other hikers on the trail heard what we do in "real life," they all reacted the same way: "I bet you have the best meals out here!" For those...

Dec 13, 2017 : Alex Wnorowski
Food for Thought: Hiking Stoveless

Food for Thought: Hiking Stoveless

To some hikers, it’s the unthinkable! No warm meals? Not on the trail at least. It makes the long haul into town that much more gratifying! Some people dehydrate food...

Feb 14, 2017 : Stubbs
99 Problems but a Stove Ain’t One

99 Problems but a Stove Ain’t One

Going "no-cook" isn't groundbreaking. I'm not the first and I won't be the last. But going stoveless isn't for everyone. Some people need that warm meal at the end of...

Feb 7, 2017 : Kylie Torrence
Instant Gratification: Why I’m Going Stoveless.

Instant Gratification: Why I’m Going Stoveless.

Why Would Anyone Go Stoveless? I have found that there are two kinds of people in the world: those who eat cold food (pizza, burgers, pasta, hotdogs? )straight out of...

Jan 10, 2017 : Jennifer Giddens
Why I Left the Jetboil at Home

Why I Left the Jetboil at Home

Pre-Trail I decided during my PCT planning process earlier this year that I would go stove-less for the first time. A lot of it had to do with the hundreds...

Jul 30, 2015 : Amy Bee