Ultralight Backpacking Canister Camp Stove with Piezo Ignition 3.9oz

Ultralight Backpacking Canister Camp Stove with Piezo Ignition 3.9oz

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* /u/Rambo_Brit3 on /r/BurningMan Food, think of it as a camping trip, or survival situation. Bring only what you will actually eat. And haul out all your trash when you leave. Since refrigeration isn’t possible, bring non-perishable stuff. If you bring cans, don’t forget the can opener. Better yet, get one of these on your key chain and you’ll never be without a can opener. When we went we had an RV, but we still primarily brought canned, pickled and dried goods. Pickles, cheese, assorted crackers, salami, ramen, tuna, bread, apples, oranges, oh and trash bags. Since you’re in a tent, if you wanna have something warm one day, maybe coffee, tea or even soup, pick yourself up a cheap little backpacking stove and if you wanna get really fancy, get a cheap little mess kit too.

As for “bartering” from other people for food, or in essence “mooching”, c’mon man, you don’t wanna do that. Radical self reliance, not radical rely on others. Like /u/OMGparty said, read the Survival Guide. Don’t be “that guy”.

As for water, as a general rile of thumb 1 gallon a day is enough to just get by and not cramp up if you’re eating really light, 2 is better, especially if you plan on eating normally, 3 if you are drinking and dealing with the heat, mild physical activity.

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