Ultralightweight Cooking System - Version 2 - Now lighter

Here's version 2 of my ultralightweight cooking system ( click here for the first iteration of the cooking system ). This time I'm using a Ti pot from Alpkit. It holds 1350ml of water and has a lid that will double as a frypan or plate. The removable Ti handle can be used with the pot or lid. A truly excellent piece of gear. 172g plus fuel. About 100g of fuel is enough to boil around 2-3 litres of water depending on how cold it is.

Ready to cook:

All packed away:

In its natural environment cooking dinner on a mountain summit:

Frying sausages on another mountain top:

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