Couldn't find my sets..
..anyhow I threw one together for Connie:
Weighs right around 1lb altogether but I would be adding a spork or 2 and a p38..might go with a lighter stove also.There are two bottles for heet but I usually pack the clear one with wesson oil(or one like it),so threw it in there.I'd also be packing spices so I'd still figure 1lb or 17oz.
Contains:Cascade 16oz cup,one of my japan bake pans that fits inside..a top screen "egg cooker"(for Dan!),the lid that fits the screen and the cup even with the bake pan inside.Also..windscreen,Altoids 3 burner stove for 4-5 heat/cooking options(with "fiddle-faddle tweezers" for pulling burner modules in and out of the stove)..has it's own folding potstand,a flipper, a Dan alcohol bottle..a lot more room inside.The container is the 1qt(?) ziploc one with a two-layered windshoield cover cozy...took about 15 minutes to cover a new one...
Sufficient for two people and baking,dual level cooking in the top steamer...
Add the weight of a stuff sack?..nah..throw it in plastic bread bag for an additional gram of weight or less.As far as the p38,fire stick, and knife..I carry them already on the pack on a carabiner but would throw in some matches in the kit in a small waterproof bottle,although the wife likes starting fires with the ferrostick.
Day hike coffee presses:
Two sets..plus the container on the right can pack a Dan Stove,windscreen,alcohol bottle,and a few stick matches squeezed in.(LUXOR aluminum bottle..old makeup powder mixing bottle???..perfect fit!)
Otherwise I can put a stove in the coffee press..disassembling the press itself to get everything inside.Dan's stove will fit in with the windscreen also..and a 2oz alcohol bottle.I can boil about 14oz of water in the presses,16oz to the top rim.One for each house...weigh 6-8oz packed with the stoves and that.If i take it in the ziploc,I've got room ,coffee,spices,and noodles for the meal,packed in vacuum bags. I usually just pack a separate heet bottle on trips longer than just a day hike..If I'm not baking and just making noodles and that,I can leave all the pans at home,just take the press,cooking the noodles and meal by residual heat in the ziploc.
No pans..ziploc with Dan stove,coffee press,windscreen,matches,spork..about 11oz.. with dry food meal(noodles) about 13oz probably.
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