Barocook Flameless Cooker

Feb 11, 2014

Category: Food, Gear

Aside from Superman’s heat vision, this may be the best way to cook without fire, gas, or electricity. The Barocook Flameless Cooker uses non-toxic, self-heating pads to get the party started. All you do is put the pad in the container, add the right amount of water, and then, moments later, you’ve got a hot box ready to heat up noodles, rice, pasta, soup, eggs, or perhaps a thin slice of prosciutto (not often found in the wild).

It could be a real MVP of your survivalist arsenal, whether you’re camping, hiking, or maybe the power went out and you can’t bear the thought of breaking your 36-day Ramen streak. Barocook only needs 10, 20, or 30 minutes to make most dishes, and there’s no fire hazard, so Smokey can’t shake his head in disapproval. [Purchase]

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