Cooking Eggs-Without a Pan

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Introduction: Cooking Eggs-Without a Pan

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When Ever you go Camping Dont Pack heavy pans to do your cooking Watch this video and and find out what to pack instead. Camping/Cooking Tips

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    10 Discussions

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    blodefood
    blodefood

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Interesting idea, but then you have to carry the used foil until you get home so you can dispose of it properly.

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    eddiequest
    eddiequest

    11 years ago on Introduction

    That's a wonderful idea, especially being video. Altho I tend to be a bit rough when I go camping. My eggs would always end up coating the inside of the pack. So I began taking hard boiled eggs instead.

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    LET-CA
    LET-CA

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Very good. Tin foil is an indespensible item for any camping adventure.

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    Babyshoes
    Babyshoes

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Good idea! Why don't you write this up as a full instructable?

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    Nextraker
    Nextraker

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I would but Im short on time, but I guess you can get a good of idea of how the process works just by watching the video

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    dung0beetle
    dung0beetle

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I usually clean off a large river stone that's flat(ish) on one side and put it in the hot coals. When the stone is nice and hot, I just crack the eggs onto it. No cleanup, just flip the stone into the coals and toss the shells into the fire. Just don't cook the eggs on a large fire, just hot coals, or they will burn quickly. It only works if there is such a stone available though.

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    Saint
    Saint

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I guess you could fill it with water and just boil the eggs in there. Would take a bit longer perhaps, but it still saves you a lot of space. Also, it could really use some written directions. The video is fine, but I usually prefer just text and pictures, and the instructable really deserves the extra work.

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    pyro13
    pyro13

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Neat idea, but it needs written instructions.

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    Badger_Man
    Badger_Man

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    it's a very good concept, but i think i would still use a pan, i dont like scrambled eggs

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    ac1D
    ac1D

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I THINK this may work with other egg?