Camp Cooking Hacks and Cleaning Tips from Chef Corso

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Camp Cooking Hacks and Cleaning Tips by MONTyBOCA

Cooking outdoors is an amazing experience. You get to hike to a beautiful pocket of the world solo or with your trail buddies and eat and share all of it together. But there are a few fast and easy tips and tricks that I have figured out along the way to help make it easy come mealtime.

Plus, cleaning a dirty pot—after a long day, it’s the last thing you want to do. But try my Re-Boil method for loosening up the crumbly bits at the bottom and taking care of the messy sides.

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Chef Corso

Professional chef and founder of MONTyBOCA, Chef Corso wants to help you make meals in the wilderness. With over 160 trail tested meals, instructional guides and videos, and an upbeat attitude he will teach you to enjoy better, healthier foods on your backpacking trips. Follow him on Instagram.

One response to “Camp Cooking Hacks and Cleaning Tips from Chef Corso

  1. Solo Partly Disabled Hiker always looking and trying to learn… Thanks for sharing..

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