If you do a lot of backwoods hiking, then you know that building a fire isn’t always easy and there are times when it might not be permitted at all. However when eating food cold isn’t the answer either, one solution maybe the product Magiccook. All that is needed to heat something up with Magiccook are the Magiccook pouches and some kind of liquid. It can be water, but you could also use snow or even a soda. Place the pouch in the container, then pour the liquid over it. Place the cooking vessel with the food in it in the container and the water will begin boiling in less than a minute. It will continue to cook for up to 60 minutes and can reach up to 203 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the cooking is done the pouch is recyclable.
There are two packages available, the smaller package consisting of a mug size container and 10 small pouches is $35.00. Replacement pouches are $15.00 for a pack of 10. The larger package consisting of a larger container and 10 large pouches is $50.00. Replacement pouches are $25.00 for a pack of 10. Further information can be found at the Magiccook website. Magiccook is not only great for hikers but also a great cooking source in the case of an emergency.
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